Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year!
The first day of a new school year always brings great excitement no matter if you are about to face your first day as a kindergartner or your last year of high school as a senior.
We share your excitement as we welcome students back to our campus and support them as they begin or continue to take next steps in their spiritual and educational journey with us.
Join us as we refuse to let distractions steal this time in the life of our students! Although, we recognize that many of our students and families share our concern of the unknowns and it seems that many in our current
events and circumstances seem to have so much of our nation filled with concern and fear.
We are committed to partnering with all members of our school communities to ensure safe, healthy spaces.
Please know that we have developed practical strategies to provide safe, welcoming spaces for our students to learn and for our staff to work.
We remain steadfast in our mission of “Partnering with parents to transform tomorrow’s Christ-centered, servant leaders; equipping students spiritually, mentally, physically, and socially to become fully devoted
followers of Jesus Christ.”
We will continue to guide and encourage our students to grow: DEEPER in their academics, WIDER in their impact for Christ, and STRONGER in their faith.
We are proud of our students’ past achievements and grateful for our school community as we look forward to the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead this school year.
So, as we begin the 2020 – 2021 year with great enthusiasm, let’s reflect on scripture from Jeremiah. These verses compare placing our trust in man vs God.
Jeremiah 17:5-8 This is what the LORD says: Cursed is the person who trusts in mankind. He makes human flesh
his strength, and his heart turns from the LORD. He will be like a juniper in the Arabah; he cannot see when good comes but dwells in the parched places in the wilderness, in a salt land where no one lives. The person who
trusts in the LORD, whose confidence indeed is the LORD, is blessed. He will be like a tree planted by water: it sends its roots out toward a stream; it doesn’t fear when heat comes, and its foliage remains green. It will not
worry in a year of drought or cease producing fruit.
Heavenly Father, may we always trust You to plant us in the right place, cultivate us as we grow, and allow us to bear fruit that is a blessing to You. Amen
Head of School