Welcome to Eastland Christian School. It is my privilege to lead one of Orange County’s oldest Christian schools. Established in 1969, the mission of ECS is to assist parents in their God-given responsibility of educating their student by providing a high-quality spiritual and academic program, enhanced by balanced fine arts and athletics, while encouraging them to live disciplined, Christ-centered lives. ECS values Christian teachers with a heart for their students, and rigorous academic expectations that prepare ECS students well for the next level of learning.
For over 47 years, families have been changed by the dynamic life and education that occur here everyday. Today, the impact of ECS can be felt across professions and companies, churches and communities around Orlando and the world. Whether you are a parent of a potential K-5 child, considering elementary, or a senior-high student interested in ECS arts or athletics, Eastland Christian School offers much for your family. ECS offers programs marked by academic excellence, intellectual challenge and individual attention. The academic records, athletic successes, arts accomplishments and amazing graduates of ECS speak volumes. However, most importantly, there is an unswerving commitment to guiding your children to a life of faith in Jesus, to building integrity in their decision making, and to developing a servant’s heart for a lifetime. I invite you to explore Eastland Christian School.
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E.C.S. Grads Serve Internship in Great Britain
Chelsea Pilarski, 2010 grad and valedictorian, is serving a four month mission internship in Great Britain. A student at Crown Bible College, Knoxville, TN, Chelsea will be gaining "hands-on" experience in a foreign country. Majoring in Math and English, Chelsea's desire now is to enter full time Christian service. While in England, she will participate in various ministries: evangelism, teen rallies, children's Bible clubs, Bible teaching, discipleship and music groups. As well, Chelsea will have the opportunity to visit important Christian heritage sites.
Taylor Pigman, 2011 grad and honor student, is a junior at Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama, pursuing a degree in journalism and mass communication with a minor in marketing. While at Samford, Taylor has served as Director of Social Programming for the university's Panhellenic Council and Vice-President of Samford's PRSSA chapter, as well as a successful internship with the City of Orlando's Department of Communications and Neighborhood Relations. This semester Taylor will be studying abroad and interning in London. Taylor credits her achievements and opportunities to Jesus Christ and thanks Eastland and her parents for providing her a strong academic and spiritual background that has given her these incredible opportunities.