Christian fellowship school has been educating children since 1981
Established in 1981, CFS provides a college preparatory, Christ-centered education to over 290 students from preschool to 12th grade. CFS students represent over 35 church congregations in the Columbia area.
CFS teachers and programs are intentional in helping students grow and develop, not just academically, but also in character and spiritual life. To this end, the school’s instructional goals and extracurricular activities are designed to train students in three primary areas: Knowledge, Faith, and Character. All of this is done in a community of grace where students are known and loved.
CFS students are regularly recognized for their academic and athletic achievements. Over 90% of CFS graduates continue their education and have been accepted at over 90 different colleges and universities with many receiving outstanding scholarships.
CFS News & Information
Stotler Attends Mizzou Mini-Med Camp
Grace Stotler, CFS Senior, attended the Mizzou Mini Medical Camp this summer and participated in delivering a baby!
Eiffert Breaks State Record in 3200 for Track
Ben Eiffert, son of Brad & Kristin Eiffert, ran the 3200 meter race at the Joplin State MCSAA Tournament in 10:44, breaking the former state MCSAA record.
Missouri Scholar Luke Baxter
CFS Senior, Luke Baxter, has been selected for the Missouri Scholars 100, a statewide program which recognizes 100 of Missouri's top academic students in the graduating class of 2018. Missouri Scholars 100 is sponsored by the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals. Luke received his award in April at a special banquet.
Max Baker - COMO's 20 Under 20
Columbia Business Times names Max Baker to their 20 und 20 recognizing exemplary high school students in Columbia.
Creation Comes to Life
Follow our 7th graders on their trip to Kentucky as they visit the Creation Museum and the Ark - and have a little zip lining fun along the way.
CFS MISSION STATEMENT
Christian Fellowship School will provide
quality Christian education
in a community of grace
where students are known and loved.