Financially Support Front Range Christian School



Front Range Christian School is a fully accredited 501(c)3 charitable organization. While tuition is a big part of our operating income, it is our desire to keep tuition down to make a Christian education affordable and accessible for families in Littleton and the Denver metro area. Financial gifts, in-kind donations, memorial and tribute gifts, gifts of appreciated assets, foundation and corporate foundation gifts, matching gifts, estate gifts, and even vehicle donations are all ways that you can help keep a Front Range Christian education affordable.

Your financial gifts have a direct impact on our students, allowing them to be trained for life and equipped to impact the world for Christ. And you can be assured that FRCS will be a good steward of your gift because of our affiliation and good-standing with the ECFA.

Ways to Share

Following are the ways in which you can share a gift and support what God is doing in our community. If you have questions or need more information, please feel free to contact us.

  1. Use our online form: this handy form accepts major credit cards and echecks.
  2. Mail a Check: Checks can be mailed to our admin offices at 6657 W. Ottawa Ave, #A-17; Littleton CO 80128.
  3. Drop off Cash or Check: Cash or checks may be dropped off at out admin offices (see the address above) during normal business hours (8am-4pm, Monday through Friday).
  4. Make a PayPal donation: Using your PayPal account, you can send money to our account at Please also send an email to this account to let us know you made the donation, so that it is recorded appropriately.

Remember that donations must be received or postmarked no later than December 31 if you wish the tax advantage of the donation for the current year.



In these days when pollsters talk about “the withering of discipleship in the American church,” Christian parents need all the help they can get. We received great help from Front Range Christian School. Its commitment to both grace and truth, its academic rigor, its strong Bible classes, and its mentoring teachers and coaches, all had a major impact on our children.

Don Sweeting Former Senior Pastor of Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church, Greenwood Village, CO; President of Colorado Christian University