CFCA has built its foundation on Academic Excellence and Spiritual Integrity. The philosophy of education at CFCA involves the Local Church, the Family, and the School partnering together to educate every child. “The Christian school is the only system, outside the home, where the teachers will instill in your child a biblical worldview.” The philosophy of CFCA is
A life-long, Bible-based, Christ-centered process of
- Leading a child to Christ,
- Building a child up in Christ, and
- Equipping a child to serve Christ!
The ultimate objective of CFCA is to develop young people to reach their full potential as human beings in God’s perfect will for their lives. CFCA joins with parents and the church in a partnership to train each child to realize their fullest potential as a creation of God. CFCA strives to meet its responsibility in this partnership by providing a quality education which emphasizes basic skill mastery to equip each to be a contributing, functioning adult in society. It is believed that the consistent implementation of this philosophy will provide for the optimum spiritual, academic, social, and physical development for each. Using a Biblical Worldview fulfills the cornerstone of Spiritual Integrity at CFCA.
The Academic philosophy at CFCA has been established on a student centered learning environment. Each student at CFCA is viewed as a individual uniquely created by God and the education of each student should be based upon this premise. Teachers at CFCA partner with families to help each student reach their full academic potential. CFCA desires to do the following:
- Help each student develop critical thinking skills and analysis of all learning.
- To promote good citizenship through understanding and developing an appreciation for Christian and American heritage.
- To help students understand and promote personal responsibility, freedom, human dignity, and acceptance of authority.
- To prepare students for tomorrow through the use 21st century standards.
- To teach and encourage good study habits.
- To prepare students for future educational experiences.
 Schultz. G. (2002). Kingdom Education: God’s Plan for educating future generations. Life Way Press.