The rich heritage of Toledo Christian lies in an unwavering commitment to Christian principles and academic excellence. Since 1975, the school has provided its educational program to students from across Northwest Ohio. Our graduates attest to the success of the school’s mission to educate, prepare and disciple students in an environment where students can excel in all areas of student life. Toledo Christian seeks to employ the best faculty in the region — teachers possessing specialized higher academic degrees. We seek more than academic proficiency, our teachers and staff function as role models exemplifying Christ’s teachings in the classroom, on the athletic field, on the stage and in all student activities. Our entire faculty and staff are committed to Toledo Christian’s distinctive mission that combines academic excellence with Christian character development.
Toledo Christian Schools, Inc., is operated as a not-for-profit corporation. A 14-member Board of Trustees responsible for sustainability operates the school system through the Administrative Staff. The Board is a self-perpetuating body which is representative of the constituency of the school. Board of Directors
Board meeting minutes are available upon request.
Toledo Christian Schools is accredited with the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) as well as AdvancED. ACSI and AdvancED operate under a co-accreditation agreement allowing TCS to possess accreditation through both associations.
AdvancED is dedicated to advancing excellence in education through accreditation, research and professional services. This unified organization creates the world’s largest education community, representing 23,000 public and private schools and districts in 30 states and 65 countries and serving nearly 15 million students.
Toledo Christian Schools is a member of the Association of Classical Christian Schools (ACCS). ACCS is the primary public advocate for classical Christian education. They offer an extensive array of member services to help build distinctive schools and provide accountability through accreditation. The ACCS seeks to set an educational standard for a unified and directed approach to classical and Christian learning.