Welcome from Head of School/Principal

Faith, community and transformation describe what Mission Hills Christian School is all about.  From the inception of the school in 1980 to the present, MHCS has provided a faith based education that prepares students academically, spiritually, and socially. Parents as the primary educators have entrusted Mission Hills to teach and equip their children on a daily basis. It is our joy to watch our students grow in their relationship with God the father, become more like Jesus Christ the son, and live lives full of the Holy Spirit.  

The faculty, staff, and administration of MHCS are called to be Christian educators, with each member fulfilling a specific role.  We are a team dedicated to planting God’s truth in student’s hearts. Our purpose is to love, nurture, and teach each student to develop their God-given gifts and talents and to inspire students to walk out their purpose as God’s creation.

Mission Hills is committed to developing the whole child. Our program is built on  high academic standards and also provides opportunities for students to experience art, music, and sports along with Bible study, chapel, and service opportunities. Our students are inspired and challenged to grow spiritually in an environment that emphasizes and models the integration our Christian faith into every aspect of life–from Math class to the sports field to relationships with family and friends.

For over 35 years, parents have chosen Mission Hills because of our distinctly faith-based program, outstanding teachers and staff, and strong sense of community. We are so thankful for each and every student and family we have had the opportunity to serve. On behalf of the entire team here at Mission Hills, we invite you to prayerfully consider making Mission Hills your family’s school home!

With great gratitude,

Larry Ahl

Head of School / Principal

lahl@missionhillscs.org

lahl@missionhillscs.org

949.589-4504

Ephesians 2:19 “…you are fellow citizens with God’s people and members of God’s household.”