I freaking love piedmont. This school has been a great influence on my life, and I have met many good friends through here. The sports programs are great and uplifting!
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Posted by a student on 02/03/15
I love Piedmont Christian School! The small classes, dedicated teachers and Biblical values makes this a top-notch school.
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Posted by a parent on 01/30/15
I really enjoyed my 8 years at Piedmont. I made a lot of life-long friends here and enjoyed the sports. I played basketball and soccer, and was offered a soccer scholarship to Bridgewater College. I have a lot of fond memories playing sports and learning at Piedmont. I would definitely recommend sending
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Posted by a other on 04/06/14
I attended Piedmont from kindergarten through the 12th grade. This school teaches students to maintain a Christian attitude and encourages them to seek God in their own lives. Piedmont has a rigorous curriculum, but it is not impossible for those with a good work ethic. It is well worth the effort. I
... Read more now attend college, and have been able to do so due to the amount of academic scholarships I was offered. The transition from high school to college was not very difficult, as Piedmont s curriculum teaches the necessary subjects as well as self-discipline. I am in the honors program at my college, and many professors have inquired about my former education. I am proud to tell them that I attended Piedmont Christian School, and would recommend this school to anyone who wants their child to be growing spiritually in addition to having academic success. Read less
Posted by a other on 04/05/14
My child attended Piedmont for many years and graduated from there. The teachers and principal were top notch and I could not have asked for more. It is very comforting to have your child go to college and and be so ready. If I had it to do over again, I would definitely have my child in Piedmont.
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Posted by a parent on 04/01/14
I was enrolled in school here but quickly found out that after almost 5 years it was not for me. The sports are a joke, the teaching staff were not all that either. They did not force religion down our throat, but its not the school I would ever send my child to. It has changed its philosophy so many
... Read more times, and I just did not like it. I repeat I was a student at this school, a basketball star, soccer star goalie, and there is nothing about the school I liked. I then transferred to Public schools, only to find that I was way behind. I eventually had enough of the politicing going on at Piedmont, how everyone had their Klick so to say, that is made me sick to my stomach to even wake up and go there anymore. I just wish it was a school that was run honestly and with dignity, which I found was truly lacking there when I went there. This is not the school for parents who want to give their kids a christian education, you would be better off homeschooling them if you want them to have a christian education. I mean come on, this school in the span of the 5 years I was there went from bad to worse. I wouldn't recommend Piedmont to my enemies. Not worth the price of admission!!! Read less
Posted by a other on 01/20/14
I don't care much for this school. I went there from K5 - 7th grade. I had like 1 or 2 friends. All the teachers were good people, but I didn't care for the school much, it's just not for me.
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Posted by a other on 08/22/13
For the most part, the Piedmont teachers are caring. However, be prepared for a lot of homework even in the elementary grades. Bullying does go on and is not corrected nor dealt with appropriately. If the victim lashes out, the victim gets suspended. The grading system is such that students do flunk
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Posted by a parent on 03/29/13
I am a Piedmont parent, and my son is going into the fourth grade this year. I absolutely LOVE this school! The dedication of the teachers is unbelieveable! If you are looking for a school where the teacher really knows and wants the best for your child, Piedmont is that school! And that same commitment
... Read more is contiued in the adminstration! This school is excelling in academics, and your child will be ready to attend college! PLEASE be in prayer for your attendance at Piedmont. They would encourage you as well to be in prayer! May God bless you! Read less
Posted by a parent on 07/30/09
we thought after 4 years at Piedmont we had found the perfect school, sadly the last year proved us so wrong. We suffered with constant substitue teachers week after week. The children we had enrolled at Piedmont were not exceling, and when they were tested for a new school we were sadly informed that
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Bumpass schools — Piedmont Christian School is located at 2382 Bethany Church Rd, Bumpass VA 23024. 2382 Bethany Church Rd is in the 23024 ZIP code in Bumpass, VA Piedmont Christian School is a Private school that serves grade levels K - 12.
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