Teaching of Science, Social Studies, Mathematics, Language Arts, Performing Arts, P.E. and Health classes are supported by Biblical principles from a Judeo-Christian worldview under the direction and leadership of the Keystone School Board and Administrator.
Parents are the principle trainers in the Character Development of their children, and all Keystone staff co-labor with parents in this endeavor. We believe that an authentic personal relationship with Jesus is critical to the development of their character and their future successes.
Since the goal of Keystone Christian Academy is to partner with families to provide a biblically-based education, it is essential that those families are integrated into a church body. In this way, KCA becomes a partner with the church in influencing transformation within their family.
“So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live in Him,
rooted and built up in Him, and strengthened in the faith as you were taught
and overflowing with thankfulness. See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human traditions and basic principles of this world, rather than on Christ.”
“God made us in His image. We can only know ourselves if we know God. Without God, we no longer know who we are. This is true of individuals as well as entire cultures.” (Ch. 5, pg. 104)
“Ideas are sometimes true and sometimes false. . . . . Ideas take various forms, but they must be taken seriously. Why? Because ideas have consequences.” (Chapter 4, pg. 80)
“Ideas are particularly difficult to navigate today not only because there are so many but also because they come at us so fast and from so many directions. For this reason, many of us can’t even recognize ideas as ideas, much less think critically or articulate sensibly about them. This is no small problem. If we can’t master ideas, ideas will master us. If we passively absorb the information around us, someone else is thinking for us.” (Chapter 4, pg. 81)
“In a world of bad ideas, we need good ideas. Knowing what is true is always important, and it’s never been more so than in an age drowning in information. But as strange as it sounds, just telling our kids the truth isn’t enough. . . . From us, kids need to not only hear truth, but they also need to learn what it means to think with truth.” (Ch. 4 pg. 88,89)