Pullman Christian School values experiences beyond the traditional academic subjects as a reflection of our desire to educate the whole person.


Younger students may participate in:

  • spelling bees
  • speech meets
  • dramatic productions

Teachers take their classes on field trips as much as possible, making use of the unique educational opportunities that are available in the region.


whale watching on Puget Sound

participating in an Easter presentation

Activities for middle and high school students include:

  • missions opportunities to such places as Haiti and Ecuador
  • dramatic productions
  • student-led chapel services
  • field trips around the Pacific Northwest
  • middle school biennial Washington D.C. trip
  • interscholastic athletics competition in Mountain Christian League sports


Activities distinct to the high school include:

  • Reader’s Theatre & Silent Auction
  • WSU’s “Imagine Tomorrow” science competition
  • formal dinner and cultural outing in Spokane
  • Washington State Capital trip
  • annual National Parks trip
    In the course of four years of high school, students travel to such amazing destinations as the Grand Canyon, Arches, Bryce Canyon, Zion Canyon, Yosemite, Crater Lake, the California Redwoods, the Oregon Dunes, Mt. St. Helens, and Mt. Rainier.


mission trip to Haiti

Mount Rainier hike

high school formal event in Spokane