MCS at a Glance

Meadowbrook Christian School (MCS) was founded as a ministry of Christ Wesleyan Church of Milton. Rev. Arlie Davis felt a call from God to bring a traditional school experience delivered in a Christian atmosphere to our region. Through his leadership and assistance from his wife, Sharon, and his parents, Rev. Russel “Pop” Davis and Frances, Meadowbrook opened its doors in August 1982 with 72 students.

Located on the 90-acre campus at Christ Wesleyan Church ( CWC), MCS  is home to about 420 students . Programing begins at age three and continues through grade 12. MCS’s growing student body represents 19 school districts  spanning seven counties from  70 different church congregations, representing over 20 denominations .


Our faculty team is made up of capital, committed, and compassionate men and women, all holding a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree with many working towards and holding advanced degrees. The average tenure of our team now stands at 18 years.


Spiritually, our students are immersed in a culture that speaks consistently about the importance of character building and seeing the world around us through the lens of God’s Word. Weekly chapels and Bible lessons in the classroom teach knowledge and application for developing a Christ-centered life.


Academically, our students are scoring around the 90th percentile in math and reading. Students are scoring well above national norms, and our high school students are participating in AP classes, honor classes, online dual enrollment courses which earn high school and college credit through approved universities, and the ACE and STEM program on campus at Bloomsburg University. Ninety percent of Meadowbrook graduates immediately enter the college of their choice upon graduation. 


Culturally, our students have opportunities to serve the local community and are encouraged to make community-minded service a way of life. In addition, we regularly have community professionals in our classrooms to enhance what is being taught and to place our students in contact with those that can help them get where they believe the Lord is leading them.

Rest assured, your child will receive a quality education with an emphasis on personal character while engaging with the world around them.

Educating for Life!

Accreditation and Affiliation

Beyond MCS

High School Placement (First year after high school)

4 year colleges
2 year / certificate programs
Work or Military
Gap Year

Colleges and Universities our Graduates Attend

Bloomsburg University
Bucknell University
Cedarville University
Houghton University
Eastern University
Geneva College
Gettysburg College
Indiana Wesleyan University
Lancaster Bible College
Liberty University
Lock Haven University
Messiah University
Millersville University
Penn State University
Pennsylvania College of Technology
Susquehanna University
Waynesburg University
University of Pittsburgh

What are people saying?

Don’t take our word for it – here’s what our students, teachers and alumni say:

Jacob Bair

MCS ’20 Alum

”I like how many opportunities you have to be involved, like that we can study the Bible and worship in an educational environment. I also like how I was included right away when I came this year.”

David Ulmer

MCS ’06 Alum

”Meadowbrook provided me with a solid foundation academically, socially and spiritually for after I graduated. Having been influenced by incredibly faithful teachers and staff, I was set on a path towards success in many areas of my life.” 

Kerry Nornhold

Elementary Teacher

”Every teacher values that ‘They got it!’ moment. The moment when a student grasps a concept that wasn’t so easy to understand. Here at Meadowbrook, in the past 11 years I’ve had the pleasure of not only witnessing those moments from the excellent curriculum used for teaching concepts, but I’ve witnessed student growth in Christ Jesus. To see the look on a student’s face when they’re told that someone loved them that much that he chose to die in their place is surreal. Not only do they get a wonderful education to prepare them for the future, but most importantly, the Word of God is threaded in them each day, whether it’s through Bible lessons, or the general curriculum subjects.” 

Atticus Kauffman

6th Grader

”I love my teachers for taking the time to do lots of science. And I love getting to have snowball fights on snowy days.”