We are committed to educating the whole child by pursuing excellence in academics.

Our Bible-centered curriculum motivates and engages every student to think creatively and critically. We believe that all children are a gift and we value the trust you place in our teachers and staff. From our Learning Lab for students seeking assistance with their academic skills to our Renaissance Club for those with expanded learning interests, we offer a variety of programs to meet specific student needs.

Our Preschool Campus provides a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities for stimulating young minds and bodies. Our Birchwood Campus serves Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten (TK) through 8th grade.

According to our parents and students past and present, what makes the educational experience at MCS excellent is the high quality faculty and staff who not only authentically love their students but who consistently inspire in them a passion to explore, discover, learn, and innovate. Our parents also tell us that MCS teachers are gifted at infusing a well rounded Christ-centered curriculum which they say, “sets MCS apart from other schools.”

Take a campus tour and see why Milpitas Christian School has been recognized as one of the best private schools in Silicon Valley and Milpitas.

Our graduates

  • Demonstrate self-discipline and identify Christian character traits in themselves and others
  • Articulate answers reflecting personal faith to basic worldview questions
  • Model a biblical worldview in daily living that strengthens or results in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Effectively communicate and defend the basics of the Christian faith as they apply to real-life situations

Creative and Complex Thinkers

  • Work independently and collaboratively to build on the ideas and reasoning of others
  • Analyze and evaluate information to solve problems
  • Create and apply innovative solutions to real life situations

Community Contributors

  • Demonstrate civic and moral responsibility in engaging our world from a biblical worldview perspective
  • Identify and celebrate the God-given talents and abilities of themselves and others
  • Utilize their talents and abilities to benefit the school, home, church and the communities in which they live
  • Participate in service opportunities as caretakers of God's creation

Effective Communicators

  • Gather and interpret information from a variety of sources
  • Organize, synthesize and evaluate relevant information
  • Articulate concepts, ideas and opinions in a variety of forms (oral, written, non-verbal, artistic, and technology)