Visiting the San Jose Christian School campus is the first step in our Admissions Process because we believe it is the best way to experience our unique and faith-filled community. On our campus, you will observe the exceptional teaching at San Jose Christian School and see how we teach the Whole Child within a safe and loving environment. During your visit, our outstanding staff will take your family through everything we offer at SJCS and answer any questions you may have.
Schedule a Tour
Tours are available by appointment and can be scheduled throughout the year. Tours of our eight and a half acre campus include: classrooms, the music room, the art room, the auditorium, the library, and playgrounds.
More Opportunities to Visit
Give your child a more personal and extended experience of the classroom environment at San Jose Christian School.
Shadow Days are available to students entering grades JK-8 and can be scheduled for a half or full day.
Drop-ins are available to preschool-age children and last one hour.
Both of these great opportunities allow your child to meet and interact with peers and teachers on their own as they experience the classroom for themselves.
Twice a year, we offer an Admissions Showcase where families can meet members of our team and tour our campus outside of the school day. This event is a great opportunity to meet our outstanding teachers and hear about the academic programs and curriculum at SJCS. Tours will be scheduled in specific time slots to accommodate all families who wish to attend.
We offer Movin' On Up for families with incoming middle school students. Parents will hear from administrators, teachers, and current middle school parents. This event provides valuable information about middle school student life, curriculum, classes, enrichment and elective opportunities, and additional supports available to students. Get your questions answered and begin the process of enrolling your child in SJCS Middle School!
We offer a K Cafe event specifically for families interested in enrolling their child in Junior Kindergarten or Kindergarten. Parents will get to meet the teachers and ask questions about the two programs. This event provides valuable information about the curriculum, class expectations, and Gesell Assessment, all of which help us determine the program that will best support your child.