The educational challenge of the 21st century has motivated Marshfield Christian School to uphold the standard of excellence that has earned it a "Quality" status rating from the Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) ministry, which produces the curriculum used at MCS.
According to Susan Ivie, MCS administrator, the school is evaluated each year by representatives of ACE, whose curriculum is used all over the world in more than 7,000 schools.
According to Ivie, the recognition also goes all around the world. With this status, Marshfield Christian School can offer its students a fully accredited diploma. Using the individualized Bible-based curriculum of ACE, the school focuses on both Christian character training and outstanding academic accomplishments by its students. MCS also demonstrates a continuing commitment to state-of-the-art, computer-enhanced education.
Last school year, the average MCS student’s grade in all subject areas was 93.59 percent. Some students completed considerably more than a year’s standard academic expectations.
According to Ivie, the staff of Marshfield Christian School believes that its achievement is attributed in part to community commitment to maintain an atmosphere where a school such as MCS can effectively educate youth today for tomorrow’s achievements.