Do I have to be Lutheran to attend CCS?
No, Clover Christian School admits students of any race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to all students at the school.
Who is our governing body?
Clover Christian's School Board is under the leadership and council of Clover Trinity Lutheran Church (LCMS).
How much homework can our family expect?
The amount of homework varies from class to class. To be clear, unfinished class assignments are not the same as assigned homework. Through homework, children can learn independent and valuable study skills in addition to responsibility. It is our policy to assign homework to the end that students acquire better study habits and skills.
What makes Clover Christian School different?
Our Bible-centered instruction guides students to apply Christian concepts to real world situations.
We provide customized and engaged methods of instruction, based on the Idaho State Standards.
Our students show evidence of growth through modern assessment tools.
Our Teacher/Pupil Ratio maintains high quality individualized attention.
We are a mission-minded school; students are enrolled regardless of Christian church affiliation.
What curriculum is used in Religion class?
We adhere to the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod teachings based on The Holy Bible and Luther’s Small Catechism.
What are the tuition rates?
Clover Christian School believes that keeping the tuition at a moderate rate helps parents to afford a quality education. There are several ways that we offer to help families in need by offering discounts to families with multiple children, full time pastors and a Scholarship Program. Click here for more info on tuition rates.