A Welcome from our Principal & CEO

It is my honor to serve this great learning community as its third Principal and CEO. Having been a classroom teacher, a coach for two sports, the drama director, the World Languages and Cultures Department Chair, the Academic Dean, and a relative of five Covenant graduates, I can attest to how special this place of becoming really is. I hope you will find it to be so.

Covenant is first and foremost a Christ-centered learning community. That means that our staff and faculty partner with families to follow Christ’s example of meeting students where they are, helping them to recognize that place as a starting point, and then challenging and guiding them to move forward in love of God and subsequent love of humankind. We also affirm that our pursuit of excellence is a response to the unwavering standard of perfection to which we are called but always fall short in our own humanness.

Grounded on this foundation, we are committed to engaging all subjects through the lens of Christian worldview. As our robust, college preparatory curriculum affirms, Covenant’s students have the opportunity to seek truth and find their passion through a host of channels, uniquely offered in core classes, creative electives, Advanced Placement and dual credit courses, mission and academic trips, and career-exploring internships.

Our students also responsibly enjoy many freedoms within the school day. It is a delight for me to walk the hallways during our Student Resource Time (SRT), for example, and find students voluntarily tutoring one another, continuing discussions begun in the classroom, or seeking additional instruction from their teachers. Equally, it is wonderful to see students wisely taking breaks from the rigors of the school day by simply enjoying one another’s company.

In addition to exploring Covenant via our website, we invite you to  visit us on campus.  You can also attend one of our Open Houses  or  sign up for one of our prospective student Shadow Days offered throughout the school year. We look forward to welcoming you in person.

Sincerely,

Dr. Andy Goodwin
Principal and CEO

Our Mission

Covenant Christian High School is dedicated to providing an excellent, Christ-centered education, equipping students for a life of scholarship, leadership, and service.

Our Vision

Our vision is to be a model for 21st-century education. We will accomplish this through the preparation of students, participation in the educational, ecclesial, and cultural community and replication of the Covenant model. 

Our Verse

“Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.” (Romans 12:2)

Our Core Values

Truth: Revealed by God via Scripture and creation and received by faith for the renewing of minds

Relationships: Pursuit of knowing God and one another with loving respect, dignity & accountability

Engagement: Faithful interaction with our world through scholarship, leadership, and service

The Covenant Story

In the fall of 1995, fifteen families, one brave principal, seven part-time teachers, and an amazingly resourceful secretary heeded the call of the Lord to begin a Christian high school on the west side of Indianapolis. One year later, a local businessman and devoted grandfather recognized Covenant’s potential and made possible a beautiful $8 million facility.

The Lord proceeded to fill this building with the finest staff and promising students imaginable. Now Covenant Christian High School is fully accredited with a 370+ member student body, dedicated families, a diverse and talented faculty and staff, and a striking campus.

Board of Trustees

An outstanding team of men and women make up Covenant's Board of Trustees. From founders to current parents to alumni to parents of alumni, this group loves Covenant and serves us wholeheartedly.

Roc Byrd

  • Chiropractor, Cornerstone Chiropractic
  • CCHS parent to Joseph (’09), Sarah (’11), Rocky (’12), Ben (’15), Gabe (’19), Josh (’24)

Daniel Egenolf (Chairman)

  • President, iwis drive systems, LLC
  • CCHS parent to Kyle (’06), Hannah (’07), Luke (’09), Abigail (’11), Grace (’13), Paul (’15), Faith (’19)

Brent Freeman

  • Executive Director Designate, Camptown, Inc.
  • Covenant Alumnus (’03)

Matt Heuss  (Secretary)

  • Engineer, Eli Lilly & Co.
  • CCHS parent to Rachel (’03), Daniel (’05), Elizabeth (’08)

Max Hudspeth

  • Retired VP & CIO, HM Capital Management
  • CCHS parent to Matthew (’06), Emily (’07)

Annie Sturm

  • Staff Accountant – Blue & Co., LLC
  • Covenant Alumna (’15)

Mark Swearingen

  • Attorney – Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman, P.C.
  • CCHS parent to Elijah (’21), Micah (’23)

Michael R. Twyman

  • Faculty, IU School of Philanthropy
  • CCHS parent to Elias (’20)