The Program

We are committed to making disciples of Jesus Christ.

We are dedicated to educating the whole child:  academically, socially, physically and spiritually.  Our staff strives to provide our students with the skills and tools they need to be successful in all of their pursuits.

 

Student / Teacher Ratios:

  • Kindergarten, average of 15 students with no more than 20
  • 1st-3rd Grade, average of 20 students with no more than 27
  • 3rd–6th Grade, average of 17 students with no more than 25
  • Jr. High, average of 17 students with some up to 20


Mission Statement

Proverbs 22:6 – Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.

Calvary Chapel Academy’s mission as a ministry of Calvary Chapel Yorba Linda is to partner with families in making disciples of Jesus Christ who are growing spiritually, academically, socially and physically through a personal knowledge and love of Him and His Word, and who in turn are committed to making disciples in the world through their love of others.

Philosophy of Christian Education

Education is a family responsibility
(Deuteronomy 6:6; Ephesians 6:1)

God designed the home to be the center of a child’s development.  The family of Calvary Chapel Yorba Linda acts as a partner with the ministry of the home.  The school actively seeks and welcomes input from the families and provides assistance to them.  It is our belief that Calvary Chapel Yorba Linda is an extension of the home in matters of personal growth and edification.

Education is whole-person oriented
(Psalm 139:16; Luke 2:40,52; 1 Corinthians 12:7)

Education is holistic, cultivating spiritual, academic, social, and physical development in each child both inside and outside of the classroom.  We believe that each child is gifted and called by God and our desire is to help them realize God’s perfect design for their lives.

Christian Education equips children for God’s calling
(Ephesians 4:1; 1 Thessalonians 2:12)

We seek to edify each child, and to see Christ reproduced in their life.  Christian life is community-oriented, as such, we expect the children to live distinctively as disciples of Christ in all facets of their lives (i.e. work, family, neighborhood, church, etc.).

Goals

Spiritual

  • to know Jesus Christ as their Lord and savior
  • to develop a personal relationship with the Lord through fellowship, prayer and the application of His word to their lives
  • to appreciate the Bible as the Word of God through memorization and application of Scripture to everyday life

Academic

  • to develop independent, creative, critical thinking skills as a foundation for life-long learning
  • to become effective users of oral, written and multimedia communication skills
  • to recognize God’s nature and creation across all curricular areas
  • to acquire organizational and time management skills

Social

  • to attain a biblical self-image as a unique child of God
  • to develop appreciation, compassion, and respect for others as unique individuals created by God
  • to gain an understanding of interpersonal dynamics and apply it to group interactions
  • to exhibit the fruit of the Spirit in all their relationships

Physical

  • to develop good habits of personal hygiene and healthful nutrition
  • to achieve strong coordination skills, safety awareness, and sportsmanlike conduct
  • to gain an appreciation of sports through participation and teamwork

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