Why Choose Christian Education?
Enrollment in Christian schools is growing!
Here are some of the reasons parents and students choose Christian education.
Did You Know?
Students in Christian schools have high scores in reading, math and science.
A higher percentage of students in a Christian school engage in extracurricular activities.
of Christian school graduates attend the university of their choice.
Teachers, administrators and volunteers are deeply engaged with students, with a much higher percentage of students participating in extra curriculum activities and leadership opportunities.
Values Based Education
Christian schools do not apologize for teaching from a God-centric perspective. They encourage students to ask questions, research and think critically while building a foundation of Christian character.
Teachers Dedicated to Education and Their Students
In a climate of hostility between
public education and their
government funders, public schools have experienced instability with an underlying threat of strikes. Public education has struggled to pivot and respond to COVID. Independent Christian schools have proved more agile and committed to creative solutions to changing paradigms.
Christian Schools Educate the Whole Child
Education goes beyond the academic, preparing children for adulthood. Educators address the whole child: spiritually, academically, physically and emotionally.
Discipline is Maintained in the Classroom and in Extra-Curricular Activities
Parents are confident their child
is safe and disciplined when
needed. They understand the importance of discipline in
daily habits, social situations,
A Safe Space to Learn
Studies show that Christian schools provide a unique environment
for students. With less bullying,
more teacher engagement and
values-based education, the school experience for students is more positive.
High Academic Quality
Research shows that students from Christian schools excel and most are accepted into the post-secondary institute of their choice. Christian school students consistently perform higher on standard tests than their public school counterparts.
The Cost is Well Worth It
Parents make a choice to pay
tuition costs for their school of choice, believing this is an investment into
the future of their child/children.
The cost varies from school to school, but families consider Christian education value-added. The income
of families varies widely, with
many sacrificing to afford tuition. It is a myth that all families sending their children to Christian school are wealthy.
Christian Schools Support and Augment Family Values
Students are affirmed and parental values are validated. With high parental participation in leadership and volunteer roles, parents are confident their values are upheld.
Christian Schools Value Parent-Teacher Collaboration
Parent involvement is much higher in Christian schools. Teachers and parents are partners in the student’s education, spiritual life and life goals. They work together to help each student reach their God-given potential.