Knowledge. Faith. Character.

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Applying Biblical principles to everyday life.

Experience Christian
Fellowship School

Call for a tour to discover the possibilities open to your child with an education at CFS.

Christian Fellowship School has been impacting generations since 1981

About CFS

Established in 1981, CFS provides a college preparatory, Christ-centered education to over 380 students from Pre-K to 12th grade. CFS students represent over 35 church congregations in the Columbia area.

CFS teachers and programs are intentional in helping students grow and develop, not just academically, but also in character and spiritual life. To this end, the school’s instructional goals and extracurricular activities are designed to train students in three primary areas: Knowledge, Faith, and Character. All of this is done in a community of grace where students are known and loved.

CFS students are regularly recognized for their academic and athletic achievements. Over 90% of CFS graduates continue their education and have been accepted at over 90 different colleges and universities with many receiving outstanding scholarships.


For rising 1st-6th  graders join us for six weeks of summer day camp fun that includes chapel time, arts & crafts, field games, shows, field trips, inflatables, science experiments and more! Registration is open and our staff is ready to help your kids have a summer they will never forget! For questions please contact Tiffany Goran at Register at

Join us out at Bass Pro on June 3rd for the Good Knight Car Show! Food trucks, live music, smokin cars, and fun for the whole family! To enter your car visit, for questions email

Watch the Class of 2023! 

We celebrated our Seniors May 28th at 4 PM.

Watch the  live stream via our Facebook page at

CFS Mission Statement

Christian Fellowship School will provide quality christian education in a community of grace where students are known and loved.

Christian Fellowship School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.