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Christian Learning Centers

of Greenville County

Think Jesus can’t be a part of your school? Think again. It’s up to you.

What is Christian Learning Centers?

Christian Learning Centers of Greenville County exists to provide biblical instruction to school-aged children as an opportunity to encourage them to embrace the Gospel of Jesus Christ, grow in the Christian faith, and apply biblical principles for living.

We offer accredited Bible electives for both Middle and High School students.

  • For Middle School students, click here:                                                           

  • For High School students, scroll down to the enrollment form below.

High School Online Bible Course Enrollment Form

Parent/guardian must give their consent to their school by completing the following form.

Select Your High School for Enrollment

 
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How Can You Elect Jesus?

  • Decide to participate in up to two semester courses conducted by CLC personnel.  Discuss your decision with your parents and school guidance counselor.  

  

  • In the first quarter of the year, all high school students may enroll in one general elective course offered by CLC per semester, across two semesters of their high school years.  CLC must receive a signed parent consent form from parents whose students want to participate in the online Bible course.  Parent consent forms can be obtained by using the CLC website www.clcofgreenville.org/bible-course#comp-ivdu01je, or by contacting your school guidance counselor or the CLC office at telephone number 864-242-2326.

 

  • Spread the news!  Encourage your school mates to ELECT JESUS too by noticing and following this same information.

 

  • CLC will work out the final approvals for student participation in the online Bible course with the principal and appropriate school guidance counselor before the course work begins.

 

  • CLC offers accredited Bible courses that are conducted ONLINE which may at times include in-person attendance with CLC leaders at an off-site location no more than a four to 8-minute drive from the school.  CLC is responsible for transporting to an from the Released-Time classroom site.  Students will be returned to school promptly for their next school class.

  • Course work is to be done DAILY (whether in-person or online) for 90 days beginning the first day of the first or second semester.

 

  • Released-Time Bible courses are taught by certified Bible instructors employed by CLC.  The instructors use a curriculum focused on basic Biblical truth and principles for living a rewarding Spirit-filled life.  All students will be guided through the course with the assistance of a CLC volunteer online learning facilitator.  All CLC employees and volunteers undergo an interview and background check before they are allowed to work with students entrusted to the leadership of CLC.

 

  • CLC personnel submits transcripts to appropriate school personnel and parents to indicate whether a student passes or fails the Bible course work he or she participates in during a semester. CLC provides progress reports also during the semester to keep parents informed before receiving a transcript at the end of the course.

How In-Person Released-Time Programs Work

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