At Upper Bucks Christian School,

we educate the next generation with a Biblical worldview to lead, serve others, and love God.

Welcome to Upper Bucks

At UBCS, it is our desire to partner with parents to develop their children into young men and women of character who can change their world for Christ. We strive to do all from a Biblical worldview and to develop our students to allow them to use their abilities to have an impact for Christ wherever He leads them.

The Pillars of an Upper Bucks Education

Click here to see our new video introducing the pillars of an Upper Bucks Education. 

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2019 Summer Slam

Mark your calendars! UBCS will be hosting a SUMMER SLAM! on Saturday, June 22, from 11a to 4p. Join us for good foods, fun rides, and a chance to connect with our awesome alumni and community! Click here to see more details!

Calling all Bucks Fans!

Want to show off your Bucks Spirit?? Click here to purchase Spirit Wear! Various styles, sizes, and colors are available to show off your favorite team 😉

Why Upper Bucks?

Upper Bucks Christian School

“Excellent…all three of my children went there. I am so glad for the excellent education they received. They were also involved in sports… loved, loved, loved watching [their games]. They got a great education and a love for the Lord. Now one of my granddaughters goes to school here…awesome!”

– Marie Imes, grandparent

“I learned how to be a leader and an excellent team member, which are both extremely important for college and life in general. […] Teacher-student relationships taught me how to work respectfully with authority. UBCS gave me the skills to be a strong, creative, passionate, leadership-minded student as I headed off to college after graduation.”

– Hannah Campbell, Class of 2015

“Having worked many years in the world’s systems, I love working at a place where God is recognized and honored and we can freely talk of Him. I love the friendliness of the school family. I think the buildings and curriculum speak of the Lord! All around ‘wonderful’!”

– Lydia Condict, 3rd Grade Teacher