Faith & Learning
We want our students to reflect on faith, learning, and success. We want our students to be surrounded by friendly staff, teachers, and coaches who are steeped in their faith values and genuinely care about their students. They are passionate, positive, and faith-filled.
We use the A Beka Book curriculum at Kissimmee Christian Academy. Three decades ago, God raised up A Beka Book to provide Christian schools with God-honoring, high-quality textbooks and teaching aids to help each school fulfill the goal of its ministry. The hundreds of traditional Christian educational materials developed by A Beka Book have been developed and refined over a period of 50 years in the classrooms of Pensacola Christian Academy. Christian schools throughout the nation recognize that A Beka Book sets the standard of excellence in the publishing of textbooks and other materials for Christian schools.
The A Beka Book approach to Christian education keeps learning lively, interesting, and memorable. The materials reflect a sensible theory that is firmly anchored in practicality. Their skilled researchers and writers do not paraphrase progressive education textbooks and add Biblical principles; they do primary research in every subject and look at the subject from God's point of view. Of course, the most original source is always the Word of God, the only foundation for true scholarship in any area of human endeavor. Thus, their publications are built upon the firm foundation of Scriptural truth and are written by dedicated and talented Christian scholars who are well-grounded in the practical aspects of classroom teaching.
Expected Student Outcome
Spiritually to have a personal and lasting relationship with Jesus Christ, filter morality through the Word of God to instill a biblical framework of right and wrong, be proficient in the disciplines of prayer, biblical study, memorization of scripture, and remain connected to a fellowship of believers, to show integrity, and respect for self, and others, and show courtesy and politeness and a willingness to learn and follow Christ’s example.
Socially to understand that all people are created in the image of God and should be treated with respect and dignity, and be a servant leader within their communities, develop and foster a healthy self-image based upon Biblical principles, live in harmony within an ever-changing society in accordance with Biblical standards.
Academically to be prepared for the challenges of the next grade, have a desire for lifelong learning, and be critical thinkers that will impact our society