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Why Immanuel?

With the rapid erosion of Christian values throughout our culture, it is now more important than ever to prepare the next generation of Christian leaders to stand strong in their faith.  At Immanuel, it is our mission to equip our students to serve God and neighbor with mind, body and soul, based on a Christ-centered foundation.  

Immanuel Is.....

Immanuel Schools now serves over 1,000 students in grades K-12, representing 25 cities and 4 counties. Six bus routes from Fresno to Visalia and Hanford to Orosi, make a Christian education more accessible.

Through small class sizes, individual attention, and challenging curriculum, Immanuel students learn and thrive.  Bible class and weekly chapels equip our students to grow and stand firm in their faith in our ever-changing world.

  • 91% of Graduates are College Bound
  • 20-24 Average Class Size
  • 1:1 Chromebooks for Jr. & Sr. High 

Building servant leaders is at the core of our school’s mission. Immanuel students are encouraged to serve through peer tutoring, volunteering in the community, and through student-led service projects.

Whether it's on the court, stage, or the field, our students’ interests and abilities are being developed and celebrated. Immanuel offers 18 varsity sports, as well as participation in numerous choral and FFA competitions.

  • 50 1st Place Choral Awards
  • 41 State Degree and 24 American Degree FFA Awards
  • 73 Team Section Championships

Immanuel Schools is prepared for the future! Recent improvements include a remodeled cafe with full coffee shop, new classrooms and playground, and a 50 acre sports complex.

Amy Henderson
Director of Admissions and Marketing

Robyn Bernardoni
Admissions Assistant

Parent Testimonial:
"We are SO thankful our girls get to navigate this current world within Immanuel’s borders!! Faculty and staff connection with our kids is excellent. Thank you to the admin and board too for their integrity and tough decision-making skills. There is a more approachable and genuine atmosphere of valuing the Lord as Savior compared to our time there as well and we are most thankful for that."