|Union Christian Day School||
On behalf of the administration, staff, and faculty, it is my pleasure to welcome you to Union Christian Day School (UCDS). We are excited to partner with you on your child’s educational journey.
Our mission is to offer a holistic education – of the mind, body, and spirit – by fostering academic excellence and physical fitness in a Christian environment.
On a personal note, I know the value of Christian schooling and have seen its impact on my own life to this day. My faith – which was reinforced through my Christian education – motivated me to travel to Israel. After walking the same path as Jesus, prior to his crucifixion in Jerusalem, I became inspired to share his story with the world through Christian schooling. He cared so much for humanity that he was willing to sacrifice his own life to forgive our sins.
At UCDS, our goal is not only to share Jesus with students from all nations, we are also preparing them to get into their top-choice university. It’s our passion to help our students grow spiritually, intellectually, and physically to prepare for their future during and after university.
The school board, administration, and teachers at UCDS take our commitment to you and your children seriously. We recognize that through educating your child we have the power to impact the world through Christ. I invite you to explore our school, either in person or via our website, and discover the amazing things God is doing at UCDS.
Jason Qiao, Director
Welcome to Union Christian Day School's website! We hope that you can find any information you need to help you get to know our school better. UCDS is a place that strives to give students an exceptional education while maintaining a family-centered atmosphere. Our curriculum is designed to be both rigorous and thought provoking; we encourage creativity and critical thinking in every student from prekindergarten through high school graduation.
We believe that the best way for students to learn about the world is to experience it for themselves. Field trips are an essential part of our program from the earliest years. Kindergarten students visit local businesses to get a glimpse of community life, while middle and high school students travel around the state and country to immerse themselves in history, science, and the arts.