Tucked in the small village of Moline was a field primed for planting, not with crops, but with a Christian school.
On September 5, 1917, the building that formerly opened its doors to welcome the parishioners of Moline Christian Reformed Church now accepted a group of fifty-eight students. The tiny seed was planted, and the roots of Moline Christian School began to settle into fertile ground. What began as a one-room schoolhouse has now grown into a school with over 260 students, multiple classrooms, teachers, and support staff.
In May of 2018, we completed work and dedicated God's Classroom, an outside area across the road from our main building that will provide our students with new and different opportunities to learn.
Over 100 hundred years have passed. Today, we partner with our parents to continue that vision, leaving a legacy of hope for the future. The investment is substantial. The reward is eternal.