The KCC Mission
The mission of KCC is to assist Christian families in training their children (a) to exemplify an integrated and unified Biblical worldview; (b) to demonstrate Christ-like attitude, character, and wisdom; and (c) to possess academic, vocational and life skills to transform the culture in which they live.
Accreditation and Associations
CESA (Council on Educational Standards and Accountability)
– CESA is a selective coalition of 40 of the strongest Christian schools in the country. KCC is proud to be a member of this group, which provides us with accountability for our goal of having an exceptional, worldview focused, Christian education.
AdvancED/North Central Association (NCA)
– The largest, regionally based accrediting agency in the world. Major universities accept our transcripts as a result of our accreditation with this group.
ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability)
- We willingly submit ourselves to rigorous, yearly financial accountability in order to maintain our affiliation with this group. We welcome this level of fiscal oversight.
Upper School (Grades 7-12) = 222 Students
Lower School (Grades K-6) = 223 Students
National Honor Society
AP & Dual Credit Courses Offered
AP English Language & Composition
AP English Literature & Composition
College Composition I & II
College Elementary Spanish I & II
AP Calculus AB
Honors Courses Offered
Extra Curricular Activities
Mens' & Womens' Basketball
Mens' & Womens' Tennis
Mens' & Womens' Soccer
Mens' & Womens' Cross Country
Mens' & Womens' Track & Field
KCC’s curriculum is distinctly college preparatory and includes dual-credit, honors, and Advanced Placement courses (AP). Over 95% of our seniors go on to pursue four-year college degrees. A majority of our students receive academic, leadership and/or athletic scholarships to a wide variety of higher educational institutions across the country.
Kansas City Christian students continue to excel academically with consistently above average ACT results. The KCC average composite score on the ACT is 24.2. The national ACT composite score is 20.8 and the Kansas ACT average composite score is 21.9.