Our mission is to provide a learning facility that is designed to be a discipleship educational program, thereby meeting the need for Christian families to have a safe and Christ-focused place for their children to be educated. We strive to have a program that is not only academically rigorous but is also spiritually sound within the student body. We seek to assist parents in educating their children through the lens of a biblical worldview with the best academics available. We use a strong classical Christian curriculum that has proven itself over many decades to have the best possible results all around. At SEALS, our main goal is to raise disciples of Jesus while providing a stellar educational program for the next generation’s Christian leaders.
Self-Discipline and Respect:
We seek to create a culture where students are able to love and respect themselves, authority, and each other and can communicate differences of viewpoints peacefully and objectively. We strive to encourage the students to walk in the fruits of the Spirit by practicing self-control over their minds, bodies, words, and spirits. In this way, they learn to walk in love and unity amongst their brethren, even if they disagree.
We seek to always point our students towards the Word of God, and in seeking His Truth, together we can shine a light on truth in our community, our society, and our world in general.
A Desire to Learn:
We seek to cultivate an atmosphere that raises up students who have a hunger for learning, a longing to better themselves, and are self-motivated to work hard towards academic, personal, and spiritual goals.
God’s Word is always right and never changes:
We are careful to maintain a Christian program that doesn’t change with the latest trends. God’s Word is and always will remain the foundation for which we hold fast. It is the same yesterday, today, and forever.
“These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.” - Deuteronomy 6:6-7