I believe in Christian education.
I believe in it because—in my twenty-five years as an educator at Christian Life—I've seen it work in student's lives. I believe in it because I've watched all of my children grow up in this school. I've seen God work in their lives and have no doubt their personal growth was cultivated by our caring school environment.
Christian education changes lives by transforming students "by the renewal of their minds". It is Christ-centered and student-focused. It is transformative. Yet being Christ-centered—as a school—means more than offering chapel once a week or requiring Bible courses.
It means Christian Life's teaching staff models their faith in the classroom. It means our staff mentors, guides, and cares for the student body. It means our teachers are involved in the lives of their students. It means our school strives for the best in education and never settles for mediocrity. It means our students work hard both inside and outside the classroom. It means living and educating as Christ would.
Christian Life School exists for its students: it exists to transform them into whole, faithful believers who are prepared for the future. Christian education works. I've seen it. I invite you to visit Christian Life School and see how it can work for your family, too.
Administrator, Christian Life School