Frequently Asked


Is CCS an accredited school?

Yes! Covenant Community School is accredited by Cognia/AdvancEd and the Florida League of Christian Schools (FLOCS).

Are there scholarships or financial aid programs available?

Yes. There are several state programs that provide scholarships to qualifying families. Additionally, there are school tuition scholarships available to families.

What are the operating hours of CCS?

CCS is open Monday-Thursday from 7:30am-3:30pm, and Friday from 7:30am-12:30pm.

Is CCS affiliated with any church in the Lake City area?

No. While our school is founded on Christian values, our founders have chosen to welcome families from throughout the community to enroll, no matter their church affiliation.

What grade levels are offered at CCS?

CCS offers education to Kindergarten – 12th grade students.

What kind of curriculum do you use?

We utilize a variety of curriculum platforms to offer the highest quality of education without compromising the Christian values on which CCS was founded.

What percentage of CCS students attends college after graduation?

According to recent data, 80% of CCS students enter into a college/university program, 15% enter into vocational programs, and 5% enter into our US Armed Forces.

Does CCS incorporate Florida State standardized testing?

No. Although we do not incorporate FSA testing, we do value the educational data associated with standardized tests, and acquire this data with systematic progress monitoring programs, including yearly IOWA Assessments administered in the spring semester.

What are the average class sizes at CCS?

CCS believes that every child’s learning journey is unique, and we strive to create environments that can provide individualized learning. The average class sizes are no more than 15 for our elementary and secondary classes.

How do I start the admissions process?

To begin your journey with us, please click the link below! Click Here!