Tree of Life Christian Schools has been educating children in central Ohio for over 40 years. In 1978, members from three local churches came together to establish a Christian School that could educate children in the Truth. The primary purpose of the school was (and remains to this day) to assist parents and the Church in educating and nurturing young lives in Christ. From the first enrollments in 1978, to the hundreds of families still investing in their children’s educations, God has faithfully led students to Tree of Life. Their role in the Tree of Life story is crucial to its existence.

The story of Tree of Life Christian Schools continues to unfold. Each chapter holds new characters, settings, and plots. But the Author remains the same. So does His eternal story. Tree of Life exists to tell the story to the generations yet to come. May He receive the glory.


Tree of Life has been chartered by the Ohio Department of Education since 1979. Since then, we have continued to maintain the Standards outlined by the State of Ohio for chartered non-public schools.

Tree of Life is also accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International and AdvancED, a part of The North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI).

Tree of Life is dedicated to continually keeping a high-level of accreditation. Maintaining accreditation allows students and parents the assurance of excellence.

Tree of Life Currently serves 763 students across four campuses.

Sponsoring Churches

Though Tree of Life is not directly operated by any individual church, its families come from over 110 different churches and it is through sponsoring churches that the school maintains an active partnership with local congregations. The current sponsoring churches are:

Beechwold Christian Church
Discover Christian Church
Indianola Church of Christ
North Park Church of Christ
Rock City Church
Westerville Christian Church
Worthington Christian Church