prayer, goal, and vision of Trimont Christian Academy is to
facilitate the development of young people to become men and
women who will carry the banner of Christ because of a personal
relationship with Jesus, a knowledge of His Word, a Christian
world view, and a vision of how God can use them to change
the lives of others; to equip them academically, socially,
and emotionally to articulate and defend their faith, and
to become servant leaders in their God-given vocations.
If pursuing this goal is not the desire of the family, we
cannot develop a cooperative team effort in the development
of our students toward Christian maturity.
Parents, and Teachers
God is sovereign over all things, yet He has commissioned
man to rule over all living things on earth. We are to be
responsible caretakers of all that He has placed in our hands,
including our intellectual and spiritual gifts and abilities.
Trimont Christian Academy is designed to prepare our children
for this undertaking. However, God has given responsibility
to the parent, not the school, to see that their children
are educated. Thus, while children are at school, the teachers
and staff will be working, within the parameters of Trimont’s
Statement of Faith and Philosophy of Education, to help the
parents fulfill their responsibility. Trimont Christian Academy
will teach and discipline in a manner consistent with the
Bible and a godly home environment.
We want to help parents teach their children that all they
do should be done “heartily, as unto the Lord.”
(Colossians 3:23) Therefore, we seek to encourage quality
academic work and maintain high standards of conduct.
Trimont Christian Academy will help the students fulfill
their academic potential through the example and encouragement
of teachers and peers.
A Biblical/Christian Worldview
Trimont Christian Academy will endeavor to teach a Biblical/Christian
worldview. A worldview is the filter of ideas and values through
which we see, evaluate, and behave in all areas of life. Our
beliefs about the nature of man, the possibilities of knowledge,
ethics, politics, science and history -- all flow from our
world view. It is the foundation of our belief system and
embodies our most basic presuppositions about God and His
relationship to man and nature.
a Christian worldview is not a single issue, but rather a
comprehensive perspective that applies Scripture to all of
life. It is developing a Biblical frame of reference through
which all subjects in life are evaluated. A well-developed
Christian worldview will affect a student’s ability
to respond with wisdom and understanding to art, politics,
history, literature, current events, math, and science. Students
should see God’s hand and have His perspective as they
view the subject matter they are taught. They should see how
certain subjects were developed from Christian thought and
are interwoven with principles that reveal God and His handiwork.
Bible teaching and Scripture memory will be essential tools
at the school to lay a spiritual foundation and to demonstrate
how Christian thought and academic subject matter are integrated.
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