High School
Open House

Looking for a quality Christian education? Join us on November 14 for a tour of our high school campus and a look at what Eastern Christian School has to offer! 

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New Jersey's Premier Christian School

Welcome to Eastern Christian School!

Eastern Christian School is a private Christian school serving the children of Christian families in northern New Jersey, the New York metro area, and around the world. From preschool through grade twelve, we are committed to the mission of engaging the mind, nurturing the spirit and transforming the world. We’re New Jersey’s oldest, largest, and fastest growing Christian School. Discover how EC can prepare your child to be a person of Christian vision and influence.

33 College Credits Available
95% College Placement
$7M+ Offered in College Scholarships to Class of 2018
11:1 Students to Faculty Ratio

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EC is an absolutely amazing school and I feel like it’s helping me engage in my relationship with God. It is transforming me to be a better person and leading me closer to Christ Jesus. Overall, Eastern Christian is the best school ever!

  • Alyssa
  • Grade 4

Alyssa

Grade 4

I’ve been at Eastern Christian School since I was in kindergarten. I’ve always loved how nice everybody is here and how helpful and caring they are. I have learned to trust and love God more and more here. I’m so glad my parents send me to EC. If they didn’t, I have no idea where I would be. EC is an absolutely amazing school and I feel like it’s helping me engage in my relationship with God. It is transforming me to be a better person and leading me closer to Christ Jesus. Overall, Eastern Christian is the best school ever!

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At Eastern Christian High School, we recently welcomed over 80 eighth grade students as part of our annual High School Preview Day. We were very excited to see all of EC’s current 8th grade class as well as many visitors from other schools in the area. Many EC eighth grade students were surprised to learn that…