It is the belief of the Christian Academy that a quality education is the result of three things:
1. A curriculum that integrates God's truth into all courses and adequately prepares the student for future educational endeavors;
2. Teachers that are Christian in philosophy; and
3. Classes which enable the student to derive maximum benefit from his/her academic exposure.
Each student is expected to use all available school and home resources and to perform at his/her highest level in order to take full advantage of the educational program. His/her originality and creativity are encouraged within the organized framework of the classroom.
Talking about or engaging in cheating or plagarism is strictly forbidden.
The focal point of the Academy's instruction is the teacher. Each member of the faculty is qualified to be involved in the teaching process. An atmosphere is carefully established that will enable the student to derive maximum benefit from his/her academic exposure.