History of GCS

History of GCS:

Greenville Christian School was formulated in the minds of concerned Christian parents from Christ Wesleyan Methodist Church. The school opened in late August, 1969, at the Greenville Hotel with thirty-seven students in grades one through nine.

In 1972, the new facility at Highway 1 south was completed, and the fall class began. The school grew rapidly, and increased enrollment necessitated additional classrooms.

In 1979, the school was recognized under the governing body of the Greenville Christian School Parents’ Association.

In 1983, four new classrooms were added, an athletic/training building constructed and a large science complex was completed.

In recent years we have updated our athletic/training building with new hard wood flooring and bleachers, along with adding a computer room on campus, smart boards in the class rooms and iPads for the students to use.

The school is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Mississippi Private School Association.