|Toledo Christian Schools|
2303 Brookford Drive
|Religious affiliation(s)||Non-denominational Christian|
|Principal||Marie Minniear, Joy McWhinnie|
|Average class size||20|
|Color(s)||Navy & Gold|
|Athletics conference||Toledo Area Athletic Conference|
Toledo Christian Schools is a non-denominational, co-educational Christian school in Toledo, Ohio.
Toledo Christian Schools working with Christian families, provides a college-preparatory Bible-centered educational program to educate, disciple, and prepare students to follow Christ and impact culture.
Classical Christian Education
Matt Hammitt, Christian singer, songwriter and author
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