Christian Heritage School

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Basic Information

Address: 575 White Plains Road, Trumbull, CT 06477
County: Fairfield
Phone Number: 203-261-6230
Fax Number: 203-452-1531

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Additional Information

President: Mr. Brian Modarelli
School Type: Private
Founded: 1977
Ages/Grades: K-12
School Setting:

Suburban, easy access to trains and international airports, New York City

School Size: 475
Classroom Size: 16
Student/Teacher Ratio: 12:1

$10,000 - $18,000

Financial Aid:



English, Math, Science, Visual & Performing Arts, History, Foreign Language, Bible


28 AP and Honors level courses, including Calculus AB and BC, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics, AP Statistics, AP US History, AP US Government, AP English Lang & Composition, AP English Lit & Composition, AP Spanish, AP Studio Art, AP Physics 3 (Engineering), etc.

Percentage of Graduating Class: 100%
Support Services:

ESL, 504, IEP

Camp Programs: Yes
After School Programs: Yes
Computer Capabilities:

iPads, SMART boards, Apple TVs, On-campus TV Studio, Online student access system

School Championships:

CT State Science Fair (3 years), Robotics, Math League, Soccer New England Prep School Championships, Dartmouth Book Scholar, Girls Volleyball HVAL Champions, Baseball HVAL Champions, Girls Softball HVAL Champions, 5 National Merit Scholars last year.

School Clubs:

Math League, National Honor Society, Robotics, Rocketry, Community Service, Yearbook, Student Ambassador League, Off-season Athletics Strength & Conditioning, Studio Art, Jazz Band, Choir Ensemble, Theater, Drama, Spring Musical, International Culture, Cooking, History and Travel, Worship Band, Ping-Pong, Pool, Tennis, Golf, etc.

Notable Graduates:

ABC News Anchor Rebecca Vargas,

Parking Spaces/Availability:


Uniform Guidelines:

Yes (prep school dress code)

Admissions Requirements:

ISEE testing, TOEFL for International Students, KRT for Kindergarten applicants, see website for details

Mission Statement:

Christian Heritage School exists to partner with parents and churches in fulfilling their God-given responsibilities to teach children that “In (Christ) are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge” (Colossians 2:3, KJV) and to provide its students with an education of spiritual and academic excellence with which to serve God.

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

We believe that each student is uniquely created by God in His image as a spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional and social being endowed with particular gifts and talents. In light of this, it is our responsibility to help our students develop these gifts and talents, with particular emphasis on spiritual growth and academic excellence, so that they can better glorify and serve the Lord.

School History:

Not affiliated with any church or denomination, CHS is a very diverse community with the common goal of delivering the best possible education possible, allowing our students to gain entry into some of the most prestigious Universities in the country.

Notes/School Information:

CHS at a Glance • Private K-12 interdenominational Christian college-preparatory school • Founded in 1977; has graduated 31 senior classes with 946 alumni • Alumni are students and graduates of the nation's leading secular and Christian colleges and universities • Two fold mission to assist parents in fulfilling their God-given responsibility to educate their children and provide students with an education of spiritual and academic excellence with which to serve God • Serves a diverse student body of approximately 470 students representing 40 different communities and approximately 100 churches • Fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges since 1985 • Dedicated faculty are the "living curriculum" of the school ◦Students benefit from personal instruction and mentoring • Over 60% of the faculty hold a master's degree in their field • Intensive and supportive learning experience ◦Student to faculty ratio of 11:1 • Average class size of 16 students • Wide range of sports, clubs, service opportunities, music and art programs designed to help students develop a strong spiritual, emotional and academic foundation for post high school years. • An unusually caring, committed and welcoming community of parents who embrace the two fold mission of the school