Charlotte Christian School

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Charlotte Christian School
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Veritas Tota, Homini Toti
Charlotte, North Carolina
United States
Type private
Established 1950
Head of school Barry Giller
Faculty 67
Grades JK-12
Enrollment 1,020
Campus size 55 acres (220,000 m2), 21 Buildings
Athletics North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (N.C.I.S.A.A.)
Nickname Knights

Charlotte Christian School is a Christian college preparatory school for junior kindergarten through twelfth grade students. It is located in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States.


Founded in 1950, the independent, Protestant/non-denominational school is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Charlotte Christian School's mission statement includes "equipping and developing students to effectively integrate Biblical Truth and learning into their daily lives and impact the culture for Christ".

Since 2008, the school has served as the home ground for the American professional soccer team Charlotte Eagles of the USL Pro. The Lancer is the schools newspaper.


Charlotte Christian competes in the 3-A division of the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (N.C.I.S.A.A.) ( The Knights Varsity Baseball team has won the past six[when?] NCISAA state championship titles, except for their loss in the state championship to Wesleyan Academy in 2008, and eight out of the past nine. They have also won the CISAA conference title nine out of the last ten years.

Charlotte Christian's Varsity Football team won the NCISAA state championship last year[when?] 24-21 against Providence Day School.

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ Wertz Jr., Langston. "Stephen Curry a chip off the old shot: Ex-Hornets star's son now a complete player.", The Charlotte Observer, December 31, 2005. Accessed November 7, 2007. "A funny thing happened to Charlotte Christian guard Stephen Curry over the summer."

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Coordinates: 35°08′32″N 80°46′09″W / 35.142143°N 80.769167°W / 35.142143; -80.769167