About Us – School

Our Story

North Hills Christian School is a ministry of North Hills Baptist Church. Its beginning is a remarkable story that can only be attributed to God's grace and love manifested through a group of parents, teachers, administrators, and Board members dedicated to the propagation of a Christian model of education. The school had its "Genesis" in 1971, as a ministry of Castlewood Baptist Church with an enrollment of nine. In 1973, the school absorbed Grace Christian Academy and increased its enrollment to 119 students. In 1975, growth caused the school to use facilities of Emmanuel Baptist Church. In 1976, North Hills Baptist Church was organized as a new work with the purpose of continuing to provide Christian education to the Vallejo Community. In 1978, North Hills finished construction of the first building and moved into its present location. In 2005, NHCS was accredited by ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) and WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges). We have students in preschool, elementary, middle and high school. The Lord continues to move mightily at North Hills and we praise him for it.

Demographic Portrait

  • Serving grade K – 12
  • 9.5 acre campus
  • 35 employees
  • 2018-2019 enrollment = 335
  • 82% of the NHCS student body has a Vallejo home address
  • Diverse student body
    • 25% African American
    • 21% Asian / Pacific Islander
    • 9% Caucasian
    • 8% Hispanic / Latino
    • 12% Multi-racial
    • 1% Chinese
    • 2% Non-Hispanic / Latino
    • 22% information not available

Student Achievement Profile

North Hills’ students, K – 12th grade, take the Terra Nova3 Achievement test in the spring. These tests are normed and provide information regarding individual as well as class average achievement.

Reading Composite Scores K-12

Spring/ Year Percentage of classes at or above 50th percentile
2015 100%
2016 100%
2017 85%
2018 92%

Math Composite Scores K-12

Spring/ Year Percentage of classes at or above 50th percentile
2015 100%
2016 92%
2017 92%
2018 75%

Total Scores K-12

Spring/ Year Percentage of classes at or above 50th percentile
2015 100%
2016 100%
2017 85%
2018 92%