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Our Philosophy on Education

The Christian Philosophy of Education is unique when contrasted to all other philosophies. Most educational philosophies place man at the center with a decidedly humanistic theme. The Christian school philosophy places God at the center and seeks to view life in every dimension from God’s perspective. God is the Creator of all things. “In Him we live, move and have our being” (Acts 17:28).

We believe that God is the Creator of all things and is the author of all truth, and that all truth and life are traceable back to God. Hence the educational process must never remove the author of knowledge.

We believe that the Bible is very explicit in its establishment of the family unit. We further believe that parents are responsible to “bring up their children in the fear and admonition of the Lord” (Eph. 6:4). It is our desire to assist parents in their God-given responsibilities to train their children. For the school to truly function in this capacity there must be continuous communication between the school and home in order that each student may receive maximum benefit.


We believe that man was created in God’s own image but has had that image tainted through the sin of Adam. Man is basically sinful and needs to be re-born into a right relationship with God. We believe our primary goal through instruction and counsel is two-fold: to provide a positive atmosphere where academic excellence is expected and where Christ-centered growth is encouraged.

In keeping with these convictions, the educational program at Helena Christian seeks to keep Christ central. This, we believe, is accomplished by following guidelines set down for us in the Word and through the living revelation of His Son “in Whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge” (Col. 2:3).

We further believe that this Biblio-centric view should extend to all areas of the student’s educational experience; therefore, every attempt is made to integrate the principles of faith and learning so that each child will truly develop a Christian world-view and will live a life that brings glory and honor to God.



Middle School

High School

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