About Us

The vision of Horeb Christian School is to impact the world for Christ by providing a high-quality Christian education.


 Rev. Edwin Diaz

Mrs. Zoila Diaz

Our History

Rev. Diaz and Mrs. Zoila Diaz had an amazing vision! They loved and lived for the Lord each and every day. The Lord worked through them in a mighty way. They had a passion for people, worked hard to win the lost for Christ, and helped those in need. They believed in excellence in Christian Education; it was their passion. Rev Diaz and his wife were great visionaries who expected great things from God, and received great things from God. Rev. Diaz and Mrs. Diaz were called to be with the Lord in the early 90′s. The current Mustang family has great respect for the school’s history and will continue to focus on the original vision that was set over 35 years ago. We are so proud to see how God is working in our school and we have great plans for the future while remaining focused on our vision & mission.

Our Vision

The vision of Horeb Christian School is to impact the world for Christ by providing quality Christian Education. An adequate system of Christian education is necessary to a complete spiritual program for Christ’s people.

Our Philosophy

The educational philosophy of Horeb Christian School is bible-based and Christ-centered. Since Jesus Christ is the intergrating and unifying reality of all academic and extra-curricular activities, our teachers must be “born-again” Christians who are living a life of discipleship under His Lordship.

Our Mission

To raise up effective leaders of Godly character who will blend academic achievement and Biblical truth to influence their society for the glory of God through a comprehensive curriculum based on God’s truth.

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HCS admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded to or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration or its policies, admission policies, scholarship, and loan programs.