Our Educational Philosophy
Trinity Christian Academy's educational philosophy is based on three principle components:
A Biblical foundation
Rigorous instruction and discipline
Emphasis on the parent's role.
A Biblical Foundation
The Bible, inspired Word of God, is the foundation and guide for all knowledge. Because God created, sustains, and will complete all things through His Son Jesus Christ, the universe and all life have the purpose of glorifying Him.
This purpose is fundamental to every aspect of our goals and objectives, our teaching methods, our curriculum, and our operational policies.
All representatives of Trinity Christian Academy will strive to demonstrate and teach values, character, and Christ-likeness as well as academics. Our staff is expected to be spiritually mature and intellectually challenging.
Rigorous Academic Instruction and Discipline
We expect Trinity Christian Academy students to be prepared for pursuing any chosen profession through rigorous academic instruction and discipline and to be committed to a lifetime of learning and service to their families, their churches, and their communities through an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. We recognize the worth of each student, and acknowledge the variability of learning capacity and mastery. We are dedicated to helping students realize their full potential through effective placement and effective teaching techniques.
The Role of Parents
Parents are commanded to rear their children for God’s glory by bringing them up in training and discipline of the Lord. Thus, the role of Trinity parents is to oversee the student’s academic progress by being fully aware of assignments and academic achievement. Parents share a joint responsibility with the school for properly placing students, for helping them build character qualities and work ethic that lead to success, and for encouraging students to accept increasing responsibility for the consequences of their actions.
Parents are the single most influential factor in a child’s academic performance, and in the emotional, social, and spiritual development of the child. Our educational model depends upon direct, consistent parental involvement. Solid family ties are not only the top factor in determining children’s academic success or failure, but also vital to their spiritual growth and maturation.