Letter from Mr. Ricky Franco

Welcome to Calvary Chapel High School. I look forward to learning about each one of you as individuals and growing together as a family. As we endeavor to find what God has in store for our lives, I pray that you understand your spiritual and academic strengths, as well as learn the importance of a mission-minded life, through the classes and programs offered here at Calvary Chapel Christian High School.

We strive to give our excellence in all things and this high school is no different. The entire staff at each of the Calvary Chapel Schools is committed to giving the time and care needed to train up each child that is in attendance at one of our schools. We pray that each child live a life that praises God in all that they do. They are each disciples in training, who will not only talk about what it means to follow God, but to live this out daily as well.

To all our new families, I thank you for choosing our school and allowing us to begin to serve you and your family. To all of our returning families, I thank you for your continued faith in our school. It is your prayer and support that allows our school to effectively meet the needs of our students.

Have a blessed year and remember that our strength, wisdom, and knowledge comes from the amazing and wonderful God that we serve. Let us use these gifts to Love God and Love People on a daily basis. Go Warriors!

Calvary Chapel High School is accredited by the Association of Christian Schools and Teachers (ACTS), a non-governmental, nationally recognized organization whose affiliated institutions include elementary schools and high schools. At Calvary Chapel High School we believe that obedience, respect, and responsibility are key virtues that students must develop.

If anyone serves Me, he must follow Me; and where I am, there will My servant be also. If anyone serves Me, the Father will honor him.John 12:26

The philosophy of Calvary Chapel High School is intrinsically aligned to that of Calvary Chapel Tucson where the supreme desire is to know Christ and to be conformed to His image by the power of the Holy Spirit. We believe that bringing up a child in the likeness of Christ is primarily the responsibility and Biblical duty of the parent(s). Therefore, our school exists to assist in that education, without diminishing the parents’ integral role. We strive to give students the skills to be productive citizens, but most importantly to nurture a relationship with Jesus Christ and to be an accurate reflection of His character to the world.