The Mission of Tyro Community Christian School is to develop Christian character and leadership through purposeful work, earnest scholarship, vital participation, and Christ-centered living. Isaiah 40:31
TCCS is fully accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International. The accreditation process is a detailed in-depth look at every aspect of the school. TCCS has been accredited since 1996. In its latest report the ACSI accreditation team made the following observation about TCCS:
“TCCS is primarily comprised of dedicated families who desire a Christian education for their children. There is a family atmosphere at the school where everyone works together to “train up a child in the way he should go.” The staff and faculty of the school see themselves as “ministers” who are called by God to serve families at the school. It is the school’s stated goal to please God and our Lord Jesus Christ.”
History of TCCS:
Tyro Community Christian School (TCCS) was founded by a group of parents in 1985 as a ministry of the Tyro Christian Church. The school began as a K-6 elementary school. Grades seven and eight were added in 1987. In 1992 the school added grades nine through twelve. The school was non-accredited for the first ten years of operation. In 1996 TCCS was accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International.
TCCS has been blessed to serve the Lord’s Kingdom by providing a quality Christian education to students of all types. Many TCCS graduates now serve the Lord as ministers, missionaries, businessmen, doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, housewives, engineers and a variety of other occupations.
While TCCS remains a ministry of the Tyro Christian Church, it maintains a policy of non-doctrinal instruction. A curriculum of Bible instruction permeates all grade levels with emphasis on knowledge of basic biblical principles. Students attending Tyro Christian School come from a wide range of Christian denominations and are taught by a qualified staff of Christian men and women.