• High School Retreat is September 15 - 18.
  • We are pleased to announce the following new faculty members.
    • Pastor David Tubbs will be heading up our Bible department.
    • Miss Michelle Mann will be teaching 3rd grade. She graduated from Pensacola Christian College with a degree in elementary education.
  • ShopRite Gift Cards:  If you shop at ShopRite you can support our PTF with the purchase of ShopRite gift cards.  Gift Cards are now available in the school office.
  • From Fine Arts to Forensics

    This year Mrs. Marine’s JH and SH Fine Arts classes are getting a name change. They will now be known as Forensics. No, the supply list does not include a magnifying glass or fingerprint kit. Our Forensics’ classes will be much more practical for most of our students’ future endeavors then studies in CSI. 

    Fine Arts is a general term that refers to music, speech, and art. The term forensic has traditionally referred to the study of argument and the use of such argumentation in a court of law (which is where the CSI part comes in), but today it is also used to describe competitive speech and debate. Thus it is a more accurate description of what our course offers. This class gives our students personal attention and coaching whether they choose to compete in public speaking, acting or debate in our spring GSACS competitions.

    All the students need to bring to class is their 3-ring binders, of course, their “thinking caps,” their desire to have fun, and most importantly, the ability to laugh at and learn from their mistakes. Mrs. Marine looks forward to the start of the school year and encourages anyone with an interest in speaking, teaching, preaching, or acting to give the class a try. Of course, seniors already taking Mrs. Marine’s Public Speaking class will have an advantage if they enroll in Forensics and choose to compete in a public speaking category. 


About Us

Since 1970, Parsippany Christian School has been one of the key ministries of Parsippany Baptist Church. Conveniently located near the junctions of Route 10, 46, 80, and 287 in Morris County in Northern N.J., Parsippany Christian currently consists of about 164 students. Our goal is to assist and thus to partner with parents in their biblical role of both academic and spiritual education by offering a superior core education that encompasses both in a Christian worldview. Our faculty is dedicated to both sound academic instruction as well as to godly mentorship. The end goal is to train the next generation of Christian young people who will demonstrate biblical wisdom by surrendering their lives to the will of God and who will serve as a witness and testimony for Him in their community whether that be in the secular workforce or in full-time ministry.