CCS History



The Calvary Christian School was established in response to God’s command “to go into the world and make disciples.” Teaching children about God is the foundation the school stands upon. We believe that knowing about the Kingdom of God and the right values at an early age is vital in forming and producing good citizens of the country.

CCS is an outreach of Calvary Christian Fellowship. The name was patterned after Calvary Christian Church in  Royal Oak Michigan, USA – a church in the US that supports the work of CCF here in the Philippines. The school was put up due to high demand of church members and community in Pasig who then felt that moral values, quality education and love for the country are to be instilled in the heart and mind of the students/children of today and thereby produce good and God-fearing leaders and citizens of our country.

In 1999, Pastor Mark Byers, The Senior Pastor of Calvary Ministries in the USA, visited the Philippines. During this visit, CCF’s Pastor Nelson and Sis. Ellaine presented to him the plan to reach children and their parents by putting-up a school. Pastor Mark confirmed the establishment of a Christian School that will promote strong teaching of good moral values and love for the country In the year 2000, the CALVARY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL was officially registered to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and was given a permit to operate a school by the Department of Education (Deped).

And Since then CCS continues to serve children with its main thrust that, “If we SAVE the children NOW (by instilling teaching good values), we will SAVE our FUTURE GENERATION and our Country’s ECONOMY..