While we recognize that churches differ on
some issues of doctrine, we believe that our students need to be informed
on those issues.
Our practice will be to present biblical support for
the various views on a subject, and then encourage the students to
interact with parents and churches to form their own beliefs. Our
practical emphasis in these areas will be to help the students identify
and apply biblical principles for the way Christians think about,
treat and interact with those who hold differing views. We are not
urging uniformity of view, but rather understanding and godly treatment
of all within the body of Christ.
At Mid-Valley Christian Academy we want to see every child thrive both academically and spiritually.
We believe no child should be turned away from a Christian education.
MVCA teachers take a personal interest in each child, helping them to approach academic, social and
spiritual challenges though prayerful consultation with Jesus Christ and God's Word.
Through this, our students are given the tools to become the next generation of Christian leaders, parents,
and professionals. MVCA is a valuable mission in today's society. Many of our parents and donors ask what we
could use or how they can help.
MVCA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarships and other school-administered programs.