Our Motto and Mission

Our Motto: “Walk in the Spirit...” (Galatians 5:16)

Our Mission: Calvary Chapel Green Valley Christian Academy exists to:

 

Partner with parents who seek to raise children in the training and instruction of the Lord (Eph. 6:4)

Train students who are being conformed to the image of Christ (Rom. 8:29)

Prepare students for lives of leadership and service (Phil. 2:6)

Integrate faith and learning while gaining knowledge and wisdom through excellence in education (Col. 1:16-18)

Impact the community and culture with the Gospel of Jesus Christ (Matt. 28:18-20)

 

 

Calvary Chapel Green Valley Christian Academy Ministers to the Hearts and Minds of Students

CCGVCA recognizes that each individual student is a uniquely created being, comprised of a mind and emotions settled into a body and tempered by a spirit. We also recognize that each of these areas must be addressed within our curriculum as a discipleship school; therefore, we have adopted the following goals and objectives in regards to each of these four aspects of our students:

Mind- the Academic aspect of the Student:

  1. Provide up-to-date Curriculum that integrates God’s Truth into all courses and adequately prepares the student for future career and/or educational endeavors.
  2. Surround the student with knowledgeable Teachers who reflect a Christian philosophy in life-style and apply God’s Truths and precepts to all instruction, and who honor the uniqueness of each student regarding learning styles and academic prowess.
  3. Limit class size to enable the student to derive maximum benefit from his/her academic exposure.
  4. Inspire students for the task of learning and teach them that with learning comes responsibility.

Body- the Physical aspect of the Student:

  1. Use the resources offered by the school, church, and community to help ensure that each student has his/her physical needs: food, shelter, clothing, school supplies - met.
  2. Enroll all students in a quality Physical Education program during the academic week.
  3. Provide recess time for elementary students to assist their physical development through active play.
  4. Provide optional recreational activities: such as athletic field-trips, school-sponsored field days, intramural athletics, and after-school clubs – that are held after school,
    on the weekends, or over the summer months.
  5. Provide instruction and guidance for students who have not had such instruction in the areas of personal hygiene and physical appearance.