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Mount Zion Christian Schools’ mission is to equip students for all that God has for them–both today and in their futures. It’s our passion that through all we do, whether in a math class or around the lunchroom table, students would See God’s story and Live God’s story as they grow in knowledge and wisdom. We are so excited to partner with families in the process and count it as both a joy and a privilege to do so.
Each year, Mount Zion Christian Schools seeks to raise $200,000 dollars to meet the needs of scholarships to families and improvements to an aging yet solid building. Covid and infrastructure/technical expenses associated with being able to be flexible in how we deliver curriculum (at home and in person) have also increased our expenses significantly.
Would you please consider donating to our annual fund? Every dollar you contribute is tax deductible and will help support our mission of providing an academically challenging, Christ-centered education for students and their families in New Hampshire.
“My children learn, grow, and worship God alongside their peers, led by Godly teachers. They are truly prepared to thrive in the world while not becoming of the world.”
“MZCS teaches our son Christian values and biblical knowledge in a small, caring community of students and teachers. The MZ WAYS teach good, lifelong habits.”
“I love how we are always helping other people—like the coin drive, sending people to the Dominican Republic, Christmas caroling, etc.”
“I love that we get to learn about God. It’s really special because not all schools get to do that!”
“We were praying to find a school that stressed academic excellence and that would build and reinforce a Christian worldview in both our kids. The staff at MZCS are exceptional educators and are also very friendly and welcoming. This is an answer to prayer. We are thankful to be part of this amazing community.”
“I will forever be thankful for Mount Zion, where Jesus opened my eyes to his grace. It’d be hard to say I’d be where I am today — serving as a pastor in HIS church — had it not been for my time at MZCS.”