Central Christian High School (Kidron, Ohio)

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Central Christian School
3970 Kidron Road
Kidron, Ohio 44636
United States
Coordinates 40°45′04″N 81°44′35″W / 40.751°N 81.743°W / 40.751; -81.743Coordinates: 40°45′04″N 81°44′35″W / 40.751°N 81.743°W / 40.751; -81.743
Type Private, Co-Ed
Motto To know Christ and to make Him known
Religious affiliation(s) Mennonite Church USA
Established 1961
Superintendent Jeanne Zimmerly Jantzi
Grades [Preschool]-12
Color(s) Blue & White          
Athletics conference Mid-Buckeye Conference
Nickname Comets

Central Christian School is a private high school, middle school, and elementary school in Kidron, Ohio. It is a coed school, and they serve 330 students in grades Preschool through 12.[1]


Central Christian was founded in 1961 and is owned and operated by the Ohio Conference of the Mennonite Church.[2] It is the first Mennonite high school in Ohio. Their mascot is a Comet, although they were known as the Crusaders until June 2000. The school is also a member of both the OHSAA and the OCSAA.

A longtime independent, Central Christian joined the Mid-Buckeye Conference in the Spring of 2015.[3]

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