What is that?
I surely heard of schools (public, local, private, whatever) but never "Christian school".
I read that 3 times to be sure I was reading it correctly. I can't be 100% certain if it is sarcasm or if you really don't know. In the event you don't know, A Christian school is a form of private school. It's a lot like Catholic schools. They teach a regular curriculum, but do it with a Christian frame of mind. I believe there was only one class a day that taught Christian beliefs directly and the rest of the classes were what you'd expect from a good, private school. Every day began with a prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance. As for the attitude of the school, it was a lot like public school from the 60s and 70s. Paddling was an accepted form of correction, but it didn't happen very often because all the kids loved being there and the teachers were the kind of people that were capable of controlling a class of kids simply by being who they were.
We put our son in that school in the 4th grade. We had our fill of ridiculous rules and regulations in the local public school and made the decision to place him in the Christian school. It turned him around about 180 degrees. His attitude changed, he began making As instead of the Cs and Ds he had been getting in public school. He opened up and became friendly to pretty much everyone instead of being a quiet, wallflower type person.
We then home schooled him for high school. He completed the courses ahead of time and enrolled in College early. He then went on to make the Dean's List every semester and graduated with what I still call high honors. I know colleges don't call it that, but you know what I mean. He also earned enough scholarships that we never had to take a loan to pay for his college. He had zero student debt when he graduated.
So, in the end, it seems Christian School and home schooling did a better job for him than continuing to try and push him through public school. He's 35 years old now and is pretty successful in his chose occupation. Apparently the lack of public schooling didn't hurt him any.