Our Statement of Faith reflects only the fundamental beliefs of Christianity because we are not a church and we are ecumenical. For theology beyond what is reflected here, we direct our students to the authority of their parents and their churches. We are, however, unapologetic in our belief in a loving, moral, and just God and His place in history and our lives. We desire to introduce our students to the Creator and the Savior, but the relationship must be theirs. Our families do not need to subscribe personally to our faith, however, they must support our mission and understand that the children will be taught a Christ-centered worldview.

Statement of Faith

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  • We believe the Bible is the inspired, infallible Word of God.
  • We believe there is only one God, eternally existent in three Persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
  • We believe Jesus was fully God and fully man.  He died and rose physically for the redemption of all who will believe.
  • We believe Jesus is the only Way and Provision for redemption.
  • We believe God, the Creator, is a loving and compassionate God who hears prayer, speaks through His Holy Spirit, and intervenes for His people throughout history and still today.
  • We believe the God of the Bible created the Earth and that humans are made in His image with a body, soul, and spirit.
  • We believe in the spiritual unity of all believers in our Lord Jesus Christ.
This idea of all education springing from and resting upon our relation to Almighty God—we do not merely give a religious education because that would seem to imply the possibility of some other education, a secular education, for example. But we hold that all education is divine, that every good gift of knowledge and insight comes from above, that the Lord the Holy Spirit is the supreme educator of mankind, and that the culmination of all education (which may at the same time be reached by a little child) is that personal knowledge of and intimacy with God in which our being finds its fullest perfection.
— Charlotte Mason