Christian Culture

"And the Lord will create...a place of refuge" Isaiah 4:5-6


Joyful Learning

Children and youth face challenges, today, that can feel overwhelming. As parents of our own children, we understand. Our goal is for each student to know that God loves them. We begin each day with prayer and Bible study. We end each week with an all-school devotional where students present music, scripture, and poetry for students, family and friends.


E Pluribus Unum: From Many, One

We teach the history, geography, and teachings of the Old and New Testaments. We learn from the faithful examples of the men and women in the holy scriptures. That said, we are a school, not a church. As a non-denominational Christian school, we cultivate respect for others' beliefs, and are united by our hope in Christ. When theological questions arise, we encourage students to learn from their parent or church leader.

Statement of Faith


, including the history, geography, and teachings of the Old and New Testaments

Detail from Let the Little Children Come unto Me, by Carl Bloch

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