CHRIST THE SAVIOR ACADEMY DIFFERENCE:
Small Class Size
Educating Mind, Body and Soul.
Classical, Christian School which spans from
Junior Kindergarten through 5th grade.
What Parents Say
“There is a wonderful quote from the book The Liberal Arts Tradition, ‘The culture of the school educates as much as its curriculum.’ Christ the Savior Academy has an excellent curriculum; we couldn’t be happier with the expansive array of subjects that our children are being taught and the cultivation of wonder and curiosity developed therein. However brightly the academics of Christ the Savior Academy may shine, it is the culture of the school that has our hearts. It is a culture of generosity, respect, kindness and true friendship. For what more could we ask?”
Oscar and Alanna Tran, parents of three CSA children
“Christ the Savior Academy is the hidden jewel of Wichita private schools and parents – who like us – seek a way of educating their children with a framework that inspires and develops a true love of learning will be impressed with the paragon they find. While at Christ the Savior, we have seen our children challenged academically and spiritually by a Christ-centered curriculum, encouraged by invested teachers and surrounded by a staff with true servants’ hearts.”
B.J. and Michaela Klausmeyer, parents of two CSA children
“We feel so blessed to be a part of CSA and have seen firsthand how classical education principles provide such a solid foundation for our children. The CSA community is built on faith, love, and hope, each of which is instilled in the children who pass through the CSA halls everyday. The elementary years are certainly precious times, and we’re confident the CSA program is doing its part to help establish a road for future success for our children.”
Justin Elkouri, parent of two CSA children
“We love that Christ and Creation are at the center of everything our children learn. The school is small enough that all grade levels and teachers interact and know each other well. CSA can feel more like a family rather than a school.”