Our Mission & Values
Our Guiding Principles
Our vision for our students is stated in our school motto, Sapientia et Virtus which means “wisdom and virtue.” We aim to do much more than provide superior classical, Christian academics. By the grace of God, our graduates will be disciples of Christ who love truth, goodness, and beauty; walk in God’s wisdom and virtue; and use their education to further Christ’s Kingdom.
The Classical Academy partners with parents to equip students to gain knowledge, apply understanding, and walk in the wisdom of God. We aim to have students master a core body of knowledge and possess a life-long passion for learning. We aim to graduate young men and women who are servant-leaders and wise thinkers who will shape the culture with the Truth of the Gospel and to evaluate all human knowledge and experience in light of the Scriptures.
The Nicene Creed was originally adopted at the First Council of Nicaea in AD325, and its current form is the result of its expansion at the First Council of Constantinople in AD381. It has been the most universally-accepted Creed throughout Christian history, and we are happy to join with Christians around the world and throughout the ages in affirming it as a valid articulation of the faith.
Portrait of a Graduate
By the grace of God, our graduates will…