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Cornerstone Christian Academy opened its doors in the fall of 2019. We seek to provide a quality education infused with Truth. Through biblical integration, chapel services, small class sizes, and a Christian staff, we will inspire students to develop spiritually, academically, and personally to the highest level.


We invite you to explore our site and discover how you might fit into the Cornerstone Christian Academy community. Contact us anytime to learn more.


"Whenever there's a teachable moment, I want a believer there."

- A Christian school parent


Everything that happens at a Christian school is grounded in the gospel. All faculty and staff are Christ-followers, and, therefore, all policies are created, all curriculum is chosen, and subjects are taught using a Biblical framework. This is significant because it means there is gospel-infusion into each class, each discipline issue, and each hour of each day.


Everyone who is involved in the Christian education process is a believer. This means that every administrator, teacher, custodian, and even volunteer, will be investing in the lives of the students and showing them what it means to be a Christ-follower.


Christian schools work in conjunction with the home and the church to "train up a child in the way he should go" (Prov. 22: 6). When the school reinforces what students are learning at home and at church, it sticks.


Christian schools encourage the pursuit of Godly wisdom, not just knowledge. This means that in addition to learning English, math, history, and science, students will also learn about character, morality, and the fruits of the Spirit. Proverbs says that the “fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom,” so any pursuit of knowledge should begin with the fear of God.


Christian schools provide a safe place to explore what God has to say about societal issues such as prayer, religion, race, success, and social justice. They do not ignore these issues, nor do they shelter students from them. Rather, they teach students how to examine these issues through a biblical lens and engage these topics as Jesus did.


Christian schools use God's word as the basis for each class. Here's what that might look like: In English class, they will learn that a proper linguistic education will help them more fully understand the Bible. Math is about more than multiplication. It's about using the brains God gave us to solve problems. Science explores Biblical origins and the complexities of God's creation, and History dates all the way back to Genesis.  Even in less academic subjects such as Art and PE, students will learn that God created us to be creative and to take care of our bodies. In this way, Christian schools help students to understand that God's word filters into each area of their lives.

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