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The vision for TPCS started in 1976 when a nursery school opened as a ministry of Traders Point Christian Church, housed within the church.

In 1988, TPCS completed a study for developing a grade school, one grade at a time. Its first Kindergarten class started in 1990. This one-grade-per-year plan soon blossomed. A middle school was added in 1999. By then, the school's facility needs outgrew the church's capacity to house it.

In the fall of 1999, arrangements were finalized with Zionsville Presbyterian Church to serve as a second campus, housing classes for Kindergarten through 4th grade. 

In the spring of 2007 our early childhood program moved into the new Traders Point Christian Church facilities and the KG and older programs combined in a dedicated facility on the same property. We opened our new college preparatory High School division in August 2008. This division includes a one-to-one laptop program, international travel as an integral component of our January-Term academic period, along with Advance Placement (AP) and Dual-Credit courses (which provide both high school and early college credit). In 2011 we added six additional classrooms to accommodate high school enrollment growth.

In 2016 and 2017 TPCS opened a turf athletic facility and state of the art high school building allowing us to grow and meet the needs of the community. 

TPCS milestones


1976 - Founded as a nursery school

1990 - Expanded to include an elementary program

1997 - Incorporated as a nonprofit organization

1998 - Accredited as an Indiana Freeway School

1999 - Opened the middle school and added a second campus

1999 - Enrolled over 500 students for the first time

2001 - Graduated the first eighth grade class

2002/2003 - Received initial ACSI and North Central accreditations

2007- Early Childhood moves to new Traders Point Christian Church building and  K-8 programs combine in new facility

2008 - opened new High School program

2010 - received re-accreditation from ACSI and AdvancEd (formerly North Central)

2012 - first High School graduating class and full high school accreditation through ACSI/NCA

2016/2017 - open turf athletic field and dedicated high school building

2019 - opened Reed Athletic Center for strength and conditioning and added 7 additional classrooms to high school building

2020- opened new junior high building

Training scholars. Making disciples. Graduating leaders. 

Traders Point Christian Schools admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.