Knowledge.  Faith.  Character.



Christian Fellowship School is committed to raising up young people who serve the Lord in both their vocational calling and in the local church. With a challenging college preparatory curriculum, we recommend all students to pursue higher education as a means to best live out their giftings and talents in their daily life. Therefore, with the assistance of faculty and administration, the guidance office strives to prepare students for college and career readiness, from identifying interests and aptitudes to college applications and the financial aid process.


Our goal is for students to have a good understanding of how their unique skills and interests are best suited for a vocation and in their Christian life, and to make informed decisions on where to pursue their education after graduation. Therefore we expect students to participate in job shadowing opportunities, complete a minimum of 10 hours of community service, and take the ACT before they graduate. We understand that the transition to college is a process, but we aim to help students graduate prepared and confident in the Lord’s direction for their life.


-PSAT in 10/11 grades

-ACT in Junior Year

-Individual meetings each year with guidance

-College planning in Junior/Senior year


Links for College Planning


National Merit Scholars

During its more than 30 year history, 16.7% of CFS graduates have qualified for the Missouri Bright Flight Scholarship, placing them among the top 3% of students in the State of Missouri.

National Merit Semifinalists

Of the approximately 1.5 million high school juniors who enter the National Merit Scholarship Program each year by taking the PSAT, only about 50,000 receive recognition, and only about 16,000 – less than one percent – are named Semifinalists. Since 1994, Christian Fellowship School has produced nine Semifinalists, as well as 6 Commended students.

ACT Scores

Average ACT composite score for CFS graduating seniors over the past 5 years is 25.0, compared to the National and Missouri State averages of 21.0 and 21.4 respectively.