Welcome to Temple Baptist Christian School

More Than Just A School
Training For Time And Eternity

School Profile

In 1985, Temple Baptist Christian School (TBCS) was established as a ministry to Temple Baptist Church to serve as an extension of the home in training young people for time and eternity in a Christian environment. The school staff works closely with parents to train their children in the "nurture and admonition of the Lord." The education process must maintain the proper balance of training the spirit, mind, and body. Anything less misses the mark and can result in great loss in both time and eternity.

TBCS exists to provide an affordable, Biblically sound, quality education free from humanistic philosophies so prevalent in government education today.

TBCS maintains high standards of conduct and academics. Attendance at TBCS is a privilege and not a right. Our goal is to train Christian young people in important areas such as: Christian leadership, self-discipline, individual responsibility, personal integrity and good citizenship.
Students are expected to follow the established rules for the welfare of the entire student body. Our desire is to prepare students for college and teach them skills to know how to live as adults.


TBCS is open to all academically qualified students without regard to race, color, sex, or national origin. However, the administration does reserve the right to refuse anyone admittance who it feels is no in agreement with the principles held by Temple Baptist Ministries.

Admission Procedures

  1. Application packet must be returned. Heath forms, birth certificates, social security cards, and physicals are required.
  2. With the exception of kindergarten, all students are given placements tests.
  3. An interview between the principal, student, and at least one parent must be held.

For more information, click here to go to the admissions page


TBCS is not accredited by the state of Tennessee. It is a state recognized "Church-Related School." This means a school operated by denominational, parochial or another bonifide church organization.

TBCS is a member of the Tennessee Association of Christian Schools (TACS) and the American Association of Christian Schools (AACS).

TBCS has taken the initial steps towards reaching full accreditation status with TACS.


Firmly believing the discipline is necessary for the welfare of the students as well as the entire school, each teacher is given liberty of making and enforcing classroom regulations in the manner he/she feels is in accordance with Christian principles and discipline as set forth in the Scriptures (Proverbs 22:6 and Hebrews 12:11).

Discipline is designed for correction and punishment. The accepted forms of punishment are restriction of privilege, THINK notes, demerits, dentition, suspension and expulsion. All forms of punishment are administered in love and the best interest of the student.