The Quincy Christian School will not operate in the coming school year.

Interim School Superintendent Tabitha Wagner announced in a Facebook post the school’s Board of Directors has decided to suspend school operations for the 2021-22 school year.

Wagner cited factors related to debt-to-income ratio, student enrollment numbers and faculty and office staff retention as reasons for the decision to suspend operations.

Wagner said that, during the suspension, Quincy Christian School would endeavor to re-establish and strengthen itself to again serve the Quincy region.

Wagner also said that all transcripts would be sent home with students at the end of this school year.

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