school life

At The Academy of Classical Christian Studies, our goals for our students are bigger than just educating them; in a world as complicated as ours, they have to be. Education without moral formation is insufficient. Students may learn things, but unless these form and transform them, even the best ideas are little more than a chasing after the wind.

College prep is not preparation enough; we’re a Kingdom-preparatory school. By way of our classical Christian curriculum, students learn that competency requires character, that virtues trump values, and that faithfully pursuing vocation–and not just a career–is key to a fruitful life. Regardless of next steps –college studies, military service, domestic duties, or any other legitimate form of service –we endeavor to prepare students intellectually, emotionally, spiritually, and physically to be about God’s work and Word in the world, for this is our calling as explained in the cultural mandate (Genesis 1:28).

The next few pages demonstrate The Academy's unique perspective on the other things we incorporate into our school to help develop their character, not just their competency in the classroom.