Covenant Christian High School (Indianapolis, Indiana)
|Covenant Christian High School|
|7525 West 21st Street
Indianapolis, Indiana, Marion County 46214
|Motto||Minds enlightened, hearts enflamed, lives transformed|
|Religious affiliation(s)||Non-denominational Christian|
|Staff||Donnie Fishburn, Dean of Students|
|Sports||women's volleyball, softball, tennis, basketball, golf, and soccer, men's golf, soccer, tennis, volleyball, and baseball, and co-ed swimming, track and field, football, and cross country|
|Feeder schools||Kingsway Christian School Trader's Point Christian Academy|
Covenant Christian High School began in 1995 as a group of 16 freshmen meeting in the basement of Chapel Rock Christian Church on the west side of Indianapolis. Groundbreaking for the construction of a separate school building started in 1996 after a financial endowment from the locally based industrial technology firm Lastech. In 1997, the first classes were held in the building and the initial class graduated in 1999.
In March 2003, Covenant Christian High School was recognized by Christianity Today as the "Best Christian Place to Work" in the United States for the private schools category. The study was administered by the Best Christian Workplaces Institute and is the largest poll ever conducted on the attitudes of employees at Christian workplaces with more than 8,500 respondents.
Covenant Christian High School's mascot is the Warrior. Their sports teams include women's volleyball, softball, tennis, basketball, golf, and soccer, men's golf, soccer, tennis, volleyball, and baseball, and co-ed swimming, track and field, football, and cross country. Covenant has won several tournaments and championships.
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