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Our Mission




Sinai Christian Academy exists to provide a holistic education that promotes the highest achievement in academics, a biblical worldview, and character development marked by disciplined behavior, thereby equipping children with what they need today to live successfully and effectively tomorrow.


Sinai Christian Academy will embody and promote the spirit of individual excellence through the highest quality teachers, broad-based family and community support, and programs that are biblically based. Sinai Christian Academy will be the alternative school of choice enabling children to reach their full potential and perform successfully on standardized testing at the national level.

Sinai Christian Academy will become a model school for educating children regardless of their current academic and social status. As a result, Sinai Christian Academy will become a nationally recognized Blue Ribbon School that will provide the community with its leaders and productive citizens of the future.


Our educational approach is from a traditional Christ-centered and Biblically-based perspective, with mandates to both evangelize and disciple our students. We recognize God’s Word as the basis for all truth. Therefore, every aspect of this educational ministry—including daily operations, school, and classroom policies, instruction, activities, events, sports programs, disciplinary procedures, interpersonal relationships, and conflict resolution will be based on Scriptural principles and guided by the Holy Spirit. 


Our philosophy is based on total integration of academic work and all school activities with a Biblical view of God, man, and the world. We strive to challenge and inspire our students to think in a manner consistent with the teachings of God's Word.  


We recognize that parents are responsible for the education of their children in the home, in the church, and in the school. Our goal is to complement and partner with parents who desire to raise their children for Christ.


We endeavor to demonstrate and teach the greatest commandment of Christ. As He taught us to love God first, and our neighbors as ourselves; we at Sinai Christian Academy all strive to follow His example of a servant—putting others before ourselves in all of our relationships.


Sinai Christian Academy strives:


  1. To encourage students to receive Jesus Christ as their personal Savior, since the fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge (Proverbs 1:7), and to disciple them in the practices of prayer, scripture study, worship, and obedience so they develop a close walk with Him throughout life.

  2. To faithfully teach the Bible as the infallible Word of God.  Thus, Biblical standards of morality and ethics are taught as absolute, rather than relative truths. 

  3. To impart knowledge and to develop skills and learning techniques necessary for higher education and to help students exercise all of his/her God-given abilities and talents.

  4. To instruct students in the Biblical concepts of the family—teaching them to honor and respect their parents, and preparing them for their future roles as spouses and parents.

  5. To develop a Christian worldview, thus enabling the student to be discriminating and wise by seeing all of his/her life from a Biblical viewpoint.

  6. To teach the student how to work independently, as well as how to work cooperatively with other students.

  7. To help students seek God and the guidance of the Holy Spirit in determining His plans and purposes for their lives.

  8. To provide a safe, loving, academically challenging environment for all of our students.

  9. To graduate Christian leaders of integrity, who by their commitment to academic excellence and spiritual vitality will transform the world for Jesus Christ.


In light of the mission and goals of Sinai Christian Academy, all students are encouraged to attend church on a weekly basis; however, there is no denominational requirement. In addition, 6th through 12th grade students should be involved in a church based youth group. It is the parent / guardian’s responsibility to insure that each student attend church regularly.

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