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Veritas Christian Academy seeks to train the minds, develop the Christian character, and enrich the spiritual lives of its students through quality academic programs and extra-curricular activities. Its purpose is to glorify God by teaching a Biblical worldview of life in a Christ-centered environment. (2 Corinthians 10:5)

  1. For the spiritual and moral growth of the student, the school seeks:
    1. To teach the Bible and its doctrines, and foster right attitudes toward it as God's inspired Word.
    2. To lead the pupil into a personal, saving relationship with Christ as Savior and Lord.
    3. To create and encourage a desire to know and do the will of God.
    4. To teach the student consistent daily Christian living.
    5. To teach active involvement in leading others to the Savior.
    6. To develop a Biblical sense of right and wrong, and to teach victorious Christian living.
    7. To foster self-discipline based upon respect and reverence to God and all authority.
    8. To build in the student a God-consciousness and help him or her develop a consistent Christian philosophy of life by integrating all subjects with the Bible.
  2. For the student's personal and social development, the school aims:
    1. To develop a balanced personality based on a proper understanding and acceptance of himself or herself as God made him or her and on the full development of his or her capabilities in Christ.
    2. To foster wholesome personal relationships through development of social skills based on the Christian concept of love.
    3. To prepare for the wholesome and Christian use of leisure time.
    4. To show a realistic and Biblical view of life and work.
    5. To promote fitness, maintenance, and skillful use of the body as the temple of God.
    6. To impart the Biblical attitude toward material things and promote the wise use of them for the glory of God.
    7. To teach love of country and unashamed patriotism.
  3. Academically, the school endeavors:
    1. To promote high academic standards and to help the student gain a thorough comprehension and command of the fundamental processes used in communicating with others.
    2. To teach and to encourage the formation of good study habits and research methods.
    3. To develop creative and critical thinking and the proper use of Biblical criteria for evaluation.
    4. To promote good citizenship through developing an understanding and appreciation of our Christian and American heritage of freedom and human dignity.
    5. To impart knowledge of the world and current affairs and relate them to God's plan for man.
    6. To foster an appreciation and enjoyment of the fine arts.
  4. Working with the home from which the student comes, the school desires:
    1. To cooperate closely with the parents in every phase of the student's development, especially as it relates to the school program.
    2. To help the parents to understand the school's philosophy, purpose, and program.
    3. To aid families in making their homes God-centered.