May 31st, 2016|
Across the nation, many parents are choosing private schools. Families are searching for faith-based schools with top-notch education to equip their children for future success. While each family may seek private schools for different reasons, enrollment among private schools has been increasing of late. If you’ve been wondering about what life at a a Murfreesboro private school such as Redeemer Classical Academy entails, then read below as we’ve focused our latest blog post on three items we believe parents strive to find in a private school.
While public schools do have several great instructors, many parents may want their child’s education to be more specific in terms of their needs. There is no doubt private schools have high expectations for student learning and this expectation level is also found within the teachers. At Redeemer Classical Academy, members of our faculty hold various degrees and certifications.
Many students achieve above the standard level and within private schools, students typically achieve above average levels. They often love the subjects that their teachers love and cheerfully follow the godly example of their instructors. Students with a classical Christian education experience the personal satisfaction that is inherent in mastering a difficult task.
Education with religious beliefs
In most cases, private schools are tied to religious beliefs. This has been a common practice for years and Redeemer Classical Academy’s roots run deep in Christian education.
Classical Christian schools teach all subjects based on the principle that God is the Creator of all that exists, and therefore all knowledge is interrelated and points back to Him. Biblical standards of conduct are applied in all arenas of school life which signify that Jesus Christ is Lord of all.
Redeemer Classical Academy acknowledges that God has given parents the responsibility for the education of their children and the schools instruct students under the parents’ delegated authority. In our experience, most graduates remain faithful to Christ even through college and have a heart to serve others after graduation.