At Los Gatos Christian School, we see your child as God sees them…
Your child was created for a purpose.
Your child is of infinite worth.
Your child is unconditionally loved.
That is why, since 1977, we’ve helped over 9000 students thrive academically, spiritually, physically, and socially, because they are seen, known, and loved.
Students apply knowledge in practical ways, mastering skills, and using a critical thinking approach in all subjects.
Through community service, students develop an awareness of the needs of others inside and outside our local community.
Students learn 21st-century communication skills through effective writing, oral presentations, media, and the proper use of technology.
Character is often “caught” versus “taught”. Being surrounded by Christian role models give students the experience to discern wisely and make good choices.
Your child will thrive with…
Seeing your child through God’s eyes
Foster deeper thought and stimulate questioning
Working with parents to provide individual attention to each student
Over 27 acres for children to play while developing physically and athletically
Hear from our Parents
“My daughter took to this school so quickly. She was warmly welcomed into the class and quickly felt at home. Parents have been friendly, and there are lots of opportunities for extracurricular activities for various age levels as well. Great, well-rounded curriculum. The strong presence of Jesus in the classroom and in the teachers’ hearts. Even the Pledge of Allegiance is done in the mornings. Kids learn respect, honor, and love, plus the importance of doing their best.”
“Something Special – LGCS is a unique and special place. The kids that grow up there are so amazing and have such sweet spirits. It is a family atmosphere, and they pour love into the kids. Such an amazing place for kids to grow and thrive is rare.”
“I believe a warm family atmosphere, encouraging kids to grow and thrive, is an important thing to achieve. Academics are very important as well but only meaningful when a person has a good character. I find LGCS has what I’m looking for in a school. [I took a tour] and it reminded me of a very good memory from a church of my childhood. Kids waving to us with a smile made us happy, and I found myself imagining my son there.”