Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

October 28, 2013

New sign brings increased visibility to the Crossville Christian School


CROSSVILLE — There is a treasure on the Cumberland Plateau. Rather than hiding the treasure and keeping it to themselves, Crossville Christian School wants to share these riches with the Crossville Christian community.

Consequently, if anyone is in one of the about 40,000 vehicles that pass Crossville Christian School on the corner of Hwy. 70 E. and Rock Quarry Rd. each week, they will see a new sign that will bring more attention and increased visibility to the school. The new programmable LED signs that are attached to a new state-of-the-art lit stationary sign will allow CCS to more easily communicate activities and events to the community.

In addition, the school recently redesigned its website,, to also allow improved communication.

Crossville Christian School (CCS) has been serving the greater Cumberland Plateau Christian community since 1997 by providing a quality Classical Christian Education. The faculty and student body represent about 20 different churches from multiple denominations. The school's focus is on academic excellence integrated with sound biblical teaching to equip the students to reach their full potential.

CCS puts a strong emphasis on math and science in the context of a Christian worldview. A challenging academic environment, low student-teacher ratio, personalized attention from teachers with four year degrees coupled with a loving and caring atmosphere creates the ideal setting for children to learn. Along with academics, CCS offers music and art instruction, chess club, martial arts and cross-country.