A Disciple Making Academy

Our Mission

Colonial Christian School exists to disciple students academically so that they love truth and serve Christ in the local church.


Our School


Colonial Christian School operates a traditional educational program using teacher-centered instruction. Classes include Bible, English, history, math, reading (using phonics), science, and other traditionally taught classes. The high school program is college-preparatory and includes speech, foreign language, computer applications, and other state-required courses for graduation.

Financial Aid

You may be eligible for education discounts! Find out more about our financial aid options.

Get to know us

Upcoming Highlights @ CCS


May 2024

K5 Bike-a-thon



May 2024

Yearbook Distribution



May 2024

Elementary Field Day


A Word

From Our superintendent

“Children are one of God’s most precious gifts, and God holds parents responsible for their training, educational development, and exposure to truth. The Word of God is the ultimate source of truth, and is the guidebook whereby a child can come to know Christ. At CCS, we strive to incorporate biblical principles in every subject, at every grade level, and in every activity in order that our students may grow in their personal relationship with Christ.

If you are looking for a conservative Christian school that provides challenging academics and reinforces the biblical values of your home and local church, then Colonial Christian School may just be the right choice for your family. Please contact our school office for a private interview at 317-253-0649.”

– Dr. Kevin Suiter

Accredited by:


(317) 253-0649


(317) 254-2840


8140 Union Chapel Rd., Indianapolis, IN 46240

NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: Colonial Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.