Academic and Biblical Worldview
All teaching of science, social studies, mathematics, language arts, performing arts, and P.E. etc., are supported by Scriptural principles with a Judeo-Christian worldview under the direction and leadership of the school board and administrator. KCA uses a variety of curriculums—both secular and Christian to provide a relevant and challenging academic program to develop the student’s mind and character. II Tim. 3: 14- 16; I Peter 3: 15, 16; Phil. 1: 6, 9
Additionally, the teachers educate with creativity in a flexible environment with attention to individualized needs. Relating to the students with respect, the teachers create an environment of joyful learning with the safety to ask questions about anything.
Parents are the principle trainers in the character development of their children and KCA staff co-labor with parents in this endeavor. We recognize that a personal relationship with Jesus in an authentic way is critical to the future well-being of each student. Consequently, the staff models a growing relationship with the Lord and encourages this with each student. James 3:16-18; Proverbs 22:6; Deut. 6: 6, 7; Eph. 2:l0.
Part of the method of character development includes recognizing the bent of a child and shaping relational processes to be compatible to it. Students learn that all things are not the same for every person. We all have differences and we need to relate to these differences in ways that encourage one another. Finding the “heart of the matter” is also a key factor in determining discipline measures.
Since the goal of KCA is to partner with families to provide a Bible-based education, KCA recognizes that those families need to be integrated into their church bodies. In this way, KCA becomes a partner with the church in influencing transformation in their families. KCA is an interdenominational school that does operate from the doctrines spelled out in the Statement of Faith, while not emphasizing doctrine associated with specific denominations.
We seek to walk with the Lord and in unity with churches, parents, staff, board, and CKCC under whose roof we are housed. Partnership in unity directly impacts the environment of the school, the learning process, and student outcomes. Matt. 28: 19-20, Eph. 2:21, 22