The average American student who graduates from high school will have spent just over 15,000 hours in school. This does not include homework or extra-curricular activities. When it is all said and done, they will walk out of school with three lasting things: a diploma, memories and a way of viewing the world.
We live in a world and nation that is increasingly opposed to Christian principles and the truth of Scripture. As our students move into this world, I believe it is important that the teaching that is represented by the diploma they receive; contained in the memories they possess and served as the foundation for their worldview must be Christ-centered. No longer do we live in a world where Sundays are set aside for worship, Jesus is viewed with respect and honor and the teachings of Scripture are revered and obeyed. This highlights the significance of what we do at Calvary Christian School.
Whether the world acknowledges it or not, God is the Creator, Sustainer and Ruler of the universe. With this in mind, ANY education, no matter how academically strong, that excludes God is an incomplete education.
Consider joining us at Calvary Christian School.
Your Fellow Servant,
Dr. Bill Dickens