Considering Curtis?

Considering Curtis?

Thank you for your interest in our school! Here are some quick links to information regarding enrollment and other pertinent information regarding Curtis:

Is your school accredited?

Yes, Curtis Baptist School is accredited by the Georgia Accrediting Commission (GAC), the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and AdvancED/SACS Accreditation Commission. CBS is an active member of the South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA).

What grades are offered at CBS?

CBS teaches students from Kindergarten through 12th Grade. The Daycare serves children 13 months through pre-kindergarten.

What is your school Philosophy?

At Curtis Baptist School our desire is to honor God in everything we do and see our students grow in knowing Him personally. We endeavor for excellence in academics, fine arts, athletics and daily living by integrating spiritual principals into every aspect of our school life. Our mission at Curtis Baptist School is to infuse a Biblical worldview in all areas of academics, fine arts, and athletics, developing bold and devoted followers of Jesus Christ.

We offer parents a safe and loving environment for their children to learn and grow in Christ’s love. We provide opportunities for children to be educated from a Biblical perspective, to hear the gospel, to accept Jesus as Lord and Savior, and to be involved in a local church. Acceptable student behavior is expected for all students.

Do you offer Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment Classes?

Yes, CBS offers AP classes which are college-level courses taught in a high school setting. These courses prepare students to take the College Board sponsored Advanced Placement (AP) exam which is offered in May.

Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit programs provide opportunities for Georgia and South Carolina high school students to take college-level courses and earn concurrent credit toward their high school diploma and a college degree. These courses are available for any eligible 11th or 12th grade students.

What is your graduate college acceptance rate?

98 percent of our Curtis Baptist School graduates are accepted and move on to further their education at the college of their choice.

Do you accept students with Individual Education Plans (IEP)?

Yes, the Learning Place (LP) Program at Curtis Baptist School consists of classes with a small student/teacher ratio and teachers trained in the field. It exists to meet the needs of students with learning difficulties such as ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, processing difficulties, and more. Prospective LP students will initially meet with the LP Coordinator before going through the admission process.

CBS accepts the Georgia Special Needs Scholarship (GSNS) available for students attending Georgia public schools with an assigned Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Award amounts for eligible students for each school year will be available in late June for the Georgia Department of Education.

What Fine Arts are offered at the School?

Our K- 5th grade students attend weekly classes in music, drama and visual art. Middle School and High School students have the opportunity to participate in visual art classes.

Does your school offer Athletics?

Yes, as a member of the SCISA association, Curtis competes in the following athletics for our 5th – 12th grade student athletes: Football, Cross Country, Basketball, Baseball, Scholastic Shooting, Softball, Volleyball, Cheerleading, Track and Bowling.

Does your school require uniforms?

Curtis Baptist School has a dress code policy. Students are required to wear Docker style pants, jeans or knee length shorts with a collared shirt or a CBS spirit shirt. More details regarding the dress code can be found in the student handbook.

Can I come by and tour the school?

Every day is Open House at Curtis Baptist School. We are happy to give each family interested in CBS a personal tour of the K – 12th grade campus.

Can you explain the admission process?

Our admission application is entirely online. After submission of the application and application fee, we will request student records from their previous school. Once documentation is received, an interview and entrance testing will be set up with a member of our administration. You will be notified of acceptance in writing. Upon acceptance, payment of the registration fee secures your enrollment.

For more information, contact Deb Ulrich in the Admissions Office at 706/828-6624, ext. 2 or email