Christian Community School opened its doors in September 1994. The school represented the concerted efforts of a small group of teachers and parents who desired to provide a high quality, Christ-centered education for the children of born-again Christian families. The name Christian Community School was adopted to reflect the desire to appeal to the diverse, evangelical Body of Christ in the area.
CCS began with 71 students in rented church facilities on Cahoon Road in Westlake. First year families invested a great deal of time and talent in order for the doors to open. Christians from more than 18 churches co-labored and many lasting friendships were formed.
After one year in Westlake, CCS moved to North Ridgeville to occupy an elementary school building that had become available for rent. CCS leased that building from the North Ridgeville school system for the next eight years. As space constraints and the need for a permanent home became clear, CCS purchased a three-story school building in North Eaton, known to the community as Eaton School and have been in residence since 2003.