Milford Christian School Conquerors

"...we are more than conquerors through him that loved us." - Roman 8:37

Small enough to be like family, yet large enough to be professional.

Founded in 1975, MCS has been faithful in training young people both for this life and eternity. MCS uses a traditional approach to education taught from a Christian worldview. As a ministry of First Baptist Church of Milford, MCS strives to direct each student into a personal relationship with the Lord.

MCS primarily uses the abeka_logo.png  curriculum. Friendly competition with other Christian schools in categories like Bible, music, art, academics, and sports, help sharpen the skills of students. Over 80% of MCS graduates go on to further their education.

MCS is a member of the American Association of Christian Schools  aacs_logo.png  and the Delaware Association of Christian Schools.dacs_logo.jpg

The student-teacher ratio is maintained around 10 to 1 to enable the staff to be very involved in the education of each student. MCS is not designed to be a reform school but is set up to reinforce the values of Christian homes. Not all who apply can be accepted.

Information is available by calling the school office at (302) 422-4263 or click here to contact us. Feel free to download the necessary forms from our website to submit as an application for admission.

Welcome To First Baptist Church of Milford

The goal of FBC is to meet the needs of children and adults, singles and couples, young and old. A clean, safe Nursery is provided free for each service for your convenience.
For children, we provide safe places to learn about the Bible and about God’s love. Workers are carefully screened and selected. AWANA Clubs, Vacation Bible School, and summer camps add to the program.
For teens, there are active programs including Teen IMPACT, Camps, Retreats, and interesting Bible study.
For adults, there are many opportunities to connect with others and study the Bible. Those new to church, and those with a strong church background all find places to meet others, learn, and worship.
“Senior Saints” are able to meet others at special activities of fun and fellowship.