Welcome to MRCS!

About Moffett Road Christian School

As you begin looking at church school coverings, you will find that each one is unique in its fee structure, requirements, and benefits. Therefore, the task becomes one of finding a covering that fits the needs and goals of your family. Some want a covering that makes them legal and then leaves them alone. Other families seek a covering that offers group activities and a framework of support and accountability.

For enrollment with Moffett Road Christian School, you pay a one-time (as long as enrollment is maintained) registration fee of $50 per family. Tuition is $175 for the first student and $10 for each additional student per year. Membership in the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) is required, at our discounted (group) rate of $100 per family, per year. Families seeking to enroll a K5 student (only), pay $100. For K5 families, the new family fee is waived for the first year; upon re-enrollment, there is a discounted ($25) “new family” fee. We also offer discounted enrollment for families actively serving as lead pastors in a church ministry.

We assign each family to a cell group. Your cell group leader is intended to be a source of information and encouragement throughout your time with MRCS. During your first year with MRCS, your cell group leader will be available to assist you with curriculum choices and to help you evaluate the best methods of record-keeping and lesson planning for your family. She will be available to answer any questions you might have and reassure you that everything is headed in the right direction. Grades are entered online quarterly, and your cell group leader will serve to remind you of these deadlines.

Students in grades 3 and above must take the IOWA standardized test near the end of their first year with MRCS. All students test in 3rd, 5th, and 8th grade are required to test and submit testing results to a member of the leadership team. However, many of our families elect to test annually, both in preparation for high school testing and also as a method of evaluating the effectiveness of their chosen curriculum. High school students may choose to take the ACT, PSAT, or SAT to satisfy the testing requirement.

We require that one parent (per household) attend at least 4 meetings during the course of the school year – preferably, one meeting per quarter. Various options are offered monthly. Traditionally, in even-numbered months, we offer a school-wide fellowship at the church or another venue. In odd-numbered months, our cell groups meet in various locations around the city. Cell group meetings may take place in a cell leader’s home, at a restaurant for a “parent’s night out,” at the library for an informative meeting, or at a park, ice cream shop or other child-friendly venue so that children can attend too! You may attend any cell group meeting that fits your schedule and preference.

Each MRCS family performs one volunteer service during the course of the year. Options include assisting with set-up/break-down for a school-wide meeting, serving refreshments at one of our events, helping to organize a field trip, or working in the library. If you have a 4-year college degree, you may choose to proctor the standardized tests we require in the spring (the degree requirement is established by our testing facilitators at BJU).

Finally, because it is very important to us that our families are connected to a body of faith for support and encouragement, we discuss church involvement with newly enrolling families. We also request contact details in order to have the option to obtain a reference from your lead pastor, youth pastor, or a church (leadership) member who knows your family well.

MRCS offers several options to foster a sense of community and fellowship among our families. Field trips, student government, extracurricular activities, cell group meetings, Academic & Fine Arts Showcase, and volunteer outreach programs are just a few of the opportunities available.

New families may enroll throughout the year with administrator approval. Interested families may contact our Administrator, Lee Schansberg, to request an enrollment packet for new families here. We’d love to have you join our MRCS community!

MRCS Highlights

Our Latest News

October e-Newsletter!

Our MRCS October e-Newsletter is out now! Here’s a link in case you missed it! It’s full of info and details – don’t miss all the fun things going on at MRCS in October!

Yearbook Committee

Students in Jr. High and High School (7th-12th grades) are invited to join our 2020-21 MRCS Yearbook Committee! For more details and to sign up to help, please contact Kaylee Culpepper , who is heading up the team, or reach out to our Yearbook Sponsor, Chrystal Culpepper.

Azalea Trail Maid Applications

If you have a High School Junior (girl) who is interested in applying for Azalea Trail, please contact Stacey Farni – All applications are due *THIS* Sunday, October 4th. Please download and print the form on our website HERE Completed forms should be mailed to: Stacey Farni, 3620 Traveler Dr., Saraland, AL 36571

MRCS T-Shirt Orders!

Welcome to the Moffett Road Christian School Spirit Store 2020 – Order your Moffett Road Christian School T-shirt today! Please note this online store will only be open for a limited time. The website will close at midnight on Tuesday, August 18th. Shirts will be ready to pick up at the Kick-Off meeting on Tuesday, […]

MRCS Student Government Association

MRCS Student Government Association What is SGA? SGA stands for Student Government Association; it is an opportunity for our high school students to present ideas and develop leadership skills. This group of elected “officials” meets on a monthly basis to organize activities and volunteer opportunities for MRCS high school/junior high students. SGA representatives are responsible […]