• A place that feels like home

    Are you considering Covenant Christian School for your child(ren)? We would like to invite you for a personal tour and free education consultation with our Head of School. Stop by anytime, or call 757-378-2189 to set up an appointment.

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    Discover Covenant Christian School. A place where “education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life!”


See Why We’re Different

Thank you for your interest in Covenant Christian School. We understand that selecting the right school for your child is an extremely important decision. We are delighted that you are considering our learning community.

Just a few of the distinctives that make Covenant unique to Williamsburg and beyond include:
* The only discipleship-model K-12 Christian school in Williamsburg
* Living books over dry textbooks
* Short, developmentally appropriate lessons
* Nature study and nature notebooking
* Book of Centuries/classroom timelines
* Extensive fine arts program, including Shakespeare, Composer, and Artist studies with Tea Time!
* Enrichment Days
* Gardening and the great outdoors

Please feel free to contact the school for a personalized education consultation with our Head of School, Mrs. Christine Schulker. We look forward to meeting you and talking about the rich learning environment at Covenant Christian School – a place where “education is an atmosphere, a discipline, and a life.”


Covenant Christian School teachers welcome students into an atmosphere of peace and beauty.

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At Covenant Christian School, we sow the seeds of good habit formation into the lives of our students.
“The education of habit is successful in so far as it enables the mother to let her children alone, not teasing them with perpetual commands and directions – a running fire of Do and Don’t; but letting them go their own way and grow, having first secured that they will go the right way and grow to fruitful purpose.” ~Charlotte Mason

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At Covenant Christian School, we believe that the mind must be fed an abundant diet of food in the form of rich ideas. Education, then, should not merely be preparation for an unknown kind of future living – it must be intentional, and must begin with the feast of ideas placed before students each day.

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