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A Private Christian School Engaging Hearts and Minds


Fast Facts Statement of Faith


Disciples not only know the teachings of Christ, they also strive to imitate Him in all that they do and say. Jesus calls us to not only speak the Gospel but to also develop relationships with others so they can learn how to imitate Jesus Christ in their own lives.


When a student grasps the impact of the Gospel and recognizes the love and sacrifice of Jesus to provide salvation for a lost world, the natural response should be to live a life of excellence, a life worthy of such love and sacrifice. At SBA, students are encouraged to complete all tasks, whether they are academic, athletic, or artistic, with the mindset that they are working to bring glory to God.


Those who are followers of Jesus are called to lives of integrity, which means that their attitudes and behaviors are wholesome and blameless at all times, not just when they are being watched by someone else. A person who lives with integrity understands that he is ultimately responsible to God and will give an account to him for all things.

More Values We Share

Parents are ultimately responsible for the education of their children. (Deut. 6:6–7)

The role of the Christian school is to come alongside parents with delegated authority. 

The Bible is the infallible Word of God, and all truth is God’s truth. (John 16:13; 2 Timothy 2:15) 

The most important goal in life is to enter into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and to know Him. (Acts 16:31; Romans 10:9–10)

God’s truth is to be integrated into all disciplines.

The acquisition of wisdom is to be desired over the accumulation of knowledge. (Proverbs 1:7)

All children have different gifts that should be cultivated in a well-rounded curriculum and program. (Psalm 139:13–16)

The teacher is the “Living Curriculum” and should be a Christ-like model for students in speech, conduct, relationships, work habits, and devotion to God.

The educational environment and atmosphere should encourage spiritual, personal, academic, and relational growth of students, faculty, and staff.

Wholesome interpersonal relationships will be fostered and developed among peers and staff.

Service to others will be modeled and encouraged. (Galatians 5:13; Romans 2:10)

Respect for authority, good citizenship, and patriotism will be instilled in the students in order to foster responsibility to their homes, community, and country. (1 Corinthians 10:11)