One of the most important things your child can do to achieve success is going to school every day. The benefits of social exposure and being taught different subjects in school will help them develop skills that benefit them for the rest of their lives. As a parent, it is crucial to convey the importance […]
Calvary Vacation Bible School 2017
Imagine a world where curious kids become hands-on inventors who discover they're lovingly crafted by God. Join us for Maker Fun Factory Vacation Bible School! Register your kids today or sign up to volunteer as a leader or helper.
Looking for exceptional education and childcare?
Serving Kansas City and surrounding neighborhoods, Calvary offers an affordable private education for infants through 8th grade.
Our experienced teachers care about your child's success. Schedule a tour today to see everything Calvary has to offer!
WHAT CALVARY PARENTS ARE SAYING
“Calvary has been an amazing experience for my two girls. The staff is excellent. They really take the time to build essential developmental skills and provide consistent communication about what they learn and experience throughout the day. Our family is truly blessed to have found a place like Calvary.”
— Heather Larkin, Kansas City
“The love of Christ is the first thing I noticed when our oldest daughter visited the kindergarten room. It is shared by everyone from the teachers to the children. She walked into a big welcoming hug and I melted. Our children have attended Calvary for over 12 years. I feel that they receive a quality, Christ-centered education and are well prepared for high school.”
— Shelby Burris, Kansas City
“I chose Calvary because I wanted a nurturing environment for my child and a place where I knew each and every parent was investing in their children’s future like I was. I am glad that I chose Calvary for my daughter because you can feel the caring, encouragement, and support from the moment you walk in. All the teachers, staff, and volunteers really make the children and parents feel at home and welcomed.”
— Jennifer Shepherd, Kansas City