Evangelical Christian School
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Evangelical Christian School
Evangelical Christian School
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7600 Macon Road

Coordinates35°09?11?N 89°48?45?W / 35.1529194°N 89.8123787°W / 35.1529194; -89.8123787
School typePrivate co-educational Primary and Secondary school
MottoPursuit of Excellence for the Glory of God
Religious affiliation(s)Non-denominational Christian
CEEB code430453
PresidentBraxton Brady
CampusesShelby Farms and Lower School
Color(s)Cardinal and White    
Song"May the Mind of Christ"
NewspaperThe Eagle's Eye

Evangelical Christian School, also known as ECS, is a private, non-denominational, evangelical Christian school in Memphis, Tennessee. It was founded in 1965 and joined Association of Christian Schools International in 1984.[1] It hosts grades Pre-K to 12, with grades Pre-K through 5th grade at the Lower School campus in Germantown, TN and grades 6-12 at the Macon campus in Cordova, TN.


ECS was established in 1965 as part of a wave of private schools formed by white parents in response to desegregation of the public schools.[2]

Notable alumni


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  2. ^ Pohlmann, Marcus D. (2008). Opportunity Lost: Race and Poverty in the Memphis City Schools. Univ. of Tennessee Press. p. 85. ISBN 9781572336384.
  3. ^ a b c d "Legacy Athletes - Evangelical Christian School". www.ecseagles.com.
  4. ^ "University of Tennessee Athletics". www.utsports.com.
  5. ^ "NFL, College Sports, NBA and Recruiting". scout.com.
  6. ^ "Morgan Cox". www.baltimoreravens.com.
  7. ^ "University of Tennessee Athletics". www.utsports.com.
  8. ^ Horrocks, Melissa (15 September 2015). "ECS Still Shining Brightly After 50 Years". The Commercial Appeal. Retrieved 2017.
  9. ^ "In Tide star Barrett Jones' family, football hasn't come first".
  10. ^ http://www.commercialappeal.com/sports/preps/first-and-10-who-are-the-best-memphians-to-play-sec-football-ep-1249569457-327932821.html
  11. ^ "Baltimore Orioles closer George Sherrill is making a name for himself". 27 July 2008.
  12. ^ "Dr. Death: The Shocking Story of a Madman with a Scalpel".
  13. ^ "Christopher Duntsch Indictments".
  14. ^ "Disgraced surgeon in 'Dr. Death' podcast grew up in Memphis, trained at UT Health Science Center".

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