Where Is Your Child’s School Headed?

Schools have an educational mission guiding all that they do. They endeavor (should) to follow it. The mission is the compass. Is the mission compass aimed at producing an adult who can contribute to the good of society?

The first schools and colleges in America were distinctly Christian in mission and purpose. American schools produced some of the greatest people that positively impacted the world. These schools produced a generation of people that were hard workers, married, had families, and defended this Country. These Americans were what made America exceptional.

Schools that drifted from their educational mission caused them to become an entirely different institution than those school founders envisioned.

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Mission Statement

Our educational mission is to deliver a grace-filled traditional Christian education from a conservative-biblical worldview. Our expectation is a student who develops the fruit of the Spirit, finds God’s purpose for their life, and develops the skills and faith to live it out.

Philosophy of Education

The bible and Christian education will shape the child’s character—not society nor the government.



Successful Education Practices

Schools have sets of educational tenets they use to educate their students. These precepts should be broadly adopted and espoused by the staff, administration, and parents. The basis of these tenets is to produce the result desired. The school should stay within the boundaries defined by them. If the educators bring in practices that aren’t part of the core list, the core tenets get diluted—maybe even entirely pushed out.

America was built on highly successful and transformative principles taught to children in the early schools. They are no longer taught in the public school system. Their appeal and effectiveness has not vanished entirely yet.

Working in concert with Abeka Christian Publishing, we issue report cards, transcripts, and diplomas. We provide academic testing services of our students. We are not accredited and do not plan to be. (Feel free to ask questions on this.)

Cell Phone/Electronic Device Possession/Use Policy

  • No personal Cell phone/electronic device use at the school during school hours. (turn devices in while in class; devices used or visible will be confiscated and turned into the office; only parents may retrieve confiscated devices; smart watches may be worn but not used during class, etc.) (Parenting 911)

  • Health and Counseling

    Student and family counseling needs shall be made through the school assigned counselor within the doctrinal bounds and world-view of the school as set out in the Handbook. Student counseling will only be made with the acknowledgment of the parents.

    Statement of Biblical Parental Rights

    Parents are in charge of what their children learn.
    Parents have the right to choose who teaches their children.
    Parents have the right to discipline their children.
    Parents are the primary stewards and authority of their children. They have an inalienable right to know what their children are doing at all times. The school or church shall not conceal that from them.
    Parents shall not be told by the school or the church that they should obey bizarre and sinful unbiblical mandates.
    Parents are due honor and respect.
    Parents shall have primary authority over the health of their children.

    Stated Reasons for Existence

    We exist to further the church mission* of making disciples of Jesus who know how to read the Bible. We exist to put education first and do so in an environment free of activism and social agendas. We will use truthful and traditional Christian curriculum. We will support the classic parental rights. We exist to shape the student with biblical character. Our frame of reference in all things is a biblical worldview.