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Mission: Why do we exist? Who is this for? What do we do?


Calvary Christian School exists to support Christian families as they raise their children by providing an excellent academic experience that is centered around God's Word with the intention of developing and discipling believers in Christ.

Vision: What kind of transformation do we work towards?


Calvary Christian is a school that effectively prepares, equips, and disciples students to be agents of transformation for Jesus Christ.
Portrait of a Graduate- what do our graduates look like?
Biblical Worldview: Possesses thinking that is informed by scripture.
Grit: Demonstrates perseverance and passion
Authentic: Is genuine about their walk with the Lord and seeks growth
Humble: Willing to serve as God leads
Equipped: Possesses the skills and habits to succeed.
Effective Leader: Affirmed in their identity as a child of God. Has a positive influence with others.

Key Philosophies


Biblical Philosophy: A thoroughly biblical philosophy of education should be implemented in Christian schools in all cultural contexts
Critical Thinking: Students should learn how to process information and think critically in the context of a biblical worldview.
Parental Education Responsibility: Parents have the primary responsibility for the education of their children; the school serves the Christian home.
Bible As A Core Subject: The teaching of Bible as a core subject is essential to the academic curriculum.
Academic Excellence: Schools should be committed to academic excellence, maximizing each student s potential.
Professional Development: Professional resources and training are vital for the development and growth of Christian educators and schools.
Great Commission: Students and educators in Christian schools worldwide should be involved in the Great Commission by evangelizing and discipling.
Biblical Integration: The biblical integration of every planned learning experience is crucial to effective Christian schooling.
Educational Choice: The opportunity for Christian schooling should be accessible to families as a means of intellectual and spiritual development and formation for a life of service to God and society.
School Improvement: Christian schools should be involved in a plan of consistent evaluation and assessment for continuous improvement.
Non-Discrimination: The teaching/learning process in Christian schools should reflect a Christlike sensitivity, relevant to a diverse school community.