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Tri-City Christian Schools

Tri-City Christian Schools
Vista, California, 92083
United States
School type Parochial
Religious affiliation(s) Christian
Opened 1971
Status open
CEEB Code 053669
Dean Eric Baldwin (men, grades 7-12), Anna Irby (women, grades 7-12)
Principal Clark Gilbert (grades 7-12), Dan Hopper (grades K-6)
Vice principal Eric Baldwin (grades 7-12), Geri Afshari (grades K-6)
Grades K-12
Language English
Campus Emerald Drive Campus (PS-6), Vista Way Campus (7-12)
Mascot Eagles
Rival Santa Fe Christian Schools
Accreditation Association of Christian Schools International, Western Association of Schools and Colleges
Newspaper The Eagle Flyer
Yearbook Alethia
Affiliation Tri-City Church

Tri-City Christian Schools is a private Christian school located in Vista, CA. It consists of about 1,000 students and is a K–12 school. There are two campuses: one for K–6 and a newer one for 7–12, located on Emerald Drive and West Vista Way respectively.


This school is accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.


The school was recently given national recognition for its "Senior Exhibition Portfolio" by the Association of Christian Schools International.


The official school mascot is the Eagle. They play in the Avocado League of the San Diego Section High School Athletics. The main rival of Tri-City Christian is Santa Fe Christian Schools, whose mascot, ironically, is also the Eagle. Tri City Christian competes in San Diego Section's Division V.

External links

  • TCCS Official Web Site
  • Tri-City Athletics
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