Freeport Christian Academy | Philosophy of Education
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Philosophy of Education

Mission Statement

Freeport Christian Academy exists to provide a higher standard education encompassed with moral values, Christian ethics of God’s kingdom, and an emphasis on the arts that will bear a generation of world changers and history makers much needed in this nation.

Vision

Our vision at Freeport Christian Academy is to train and empower a superior generation to impact their world using their God-given talents and abilities in service to the Lord and to others.

Core Values

  • Christ Centered
  • Bible Based
  • Academic Excellence
  • Church Connected
  • Servant Leadership
  • Family Involvement

Philosophy

Abraham Lincoln said: “The philosophy of the classroom in this generation will be the philosophy of politics, government and life in the next.”

 

Our goal is to raise a generation that will respond wisely to the issues of this new century. Our students are growing spiritually and academically as well as maturing emotionally. We are training them with the foundational principles that made this nation a great one.

 

We believe that at such a time as this we ought to answer the question posted on Psalm 11:3 “When law and order are being destroyed, what can godly people do?” The answer to this question has to be manifested in action. We must leave an inheritance of blessing to our sons and daughters by building a school that will rebuild the old foundations of traditional education.

 

It is imperative to fill our hearts with concern about the things that are destroying today’s youth and the follow up that concern by contributing to make our vision a reality. With your help, we will continue growing as our short and midterm goals are to open a high school.

 

Martin Luther said: “I am much afraid that schools will prove to be great gates of hell unless they diligently labor in explaining the Holy Scriptures, engraving them in the hearts of the youth. I advise no one to place his child in a school where the Scriptures are not paramount. Every institution in which men are not increasingly occupied with the word of God will become corrupt”.

 

When you read Psalm 1, you will find that there is a formula to bless our children’s lives with happiness, prosperity, and salvation. The components of that formula are: (1) our children must be under the teaching of godly teachers and counselors, (2) with a challenging Christ-centered curriculum and (3) total exposure to the word of God, so they will meditate on it day and night. That is exactly what we are doing at Freeport Christian Academy.