The Lower School consists of students in grades K-5. Our students learn with self-confidence and a growing sense of independence.
The Middle School consists of students in grades 6-8. During these formative years, we strive to meet the needs of the students academically, socially, emotionally, spiritually, and physically.
Students in grades 9-12 are offered a comprehensive curricular program with Honors, Dual Enrollment, and Advanced Placement coursework with the goal of equipping students to be faithful participants in God’s redemptive work.
A college-prep school with a calling-prep focus, we expose our students to secondary educational opportunities beginning in ninth grade in effort to broaden their horizons as they seek to understand God’s plan and purpose for their life.
Friday morning, Head of School Kent Harrison announced to families that campus will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.
Read Head of School Kent Harrison's message to the CHS Community regarding the school's decision to close campus for the remainder of the spring semester.
Read the Furniture Today article highlighting how CHS parents Bart Hill and Chris Simuro have had the opportunity to make a difference in the community amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read Head of School Kent Harrison's message to the CHS Community regarding the school's decision to close campus for an extended period of time.
Campus will be closed Monday, March 16, through Friday, March 27, due to the national, state, and local impacts that COVID-19 (coronavirus) is currently having across the country.
Christian Heritage School (CHS) is pleased to announce the launch of a new on-campus program for families and the surrounding community entitled "Parent University".
View the first day of school gallery included in the August 13 issue of Daily Citizen-News.
The CHS board of trustees is pleased to announce that we have offered, and Kent Harrison has accepted, a contract extension to serve as our head of school through 2024.
Learn more about how CHS high school students are impacting the Dalton community and beyond.
Minimum community service hours required for graduation
Varsity athletic teams
Students from 7 counties and 7 countries
Average class size