Established in 1984, Christian Heritage Academy has a firm commitment to supporting Christian families. Our distinctives are evident through our Mission and Vision Statements, Philosophy of Education, and Core Values. Established in 1984, Christian Heritage Academy (CHA) was established on the firm foundation of Jesus Christ. Additionally, our Philosophy of Education and Core Values guide us as our 100% Christian faculty teach from a comprehensive liberal arts curriculum, using the best available textbooks and resources.
Christian Heritage Academy exists to equip and inspire students to be lifetime followers of Jesus Christ who love and serve others.
Our vision is that every CHA student is rooted in a deep love for God, known within our community, engaged in educational excellence, and inspired to make a difference.
Expected Student Outcomes (ESOs)
The Expected Student Outcomes for CHA graduates is that they:
- Walk in God’s Ways
- Seek and Speak the Truth
- Think Critically, Creatively, & Collaboratively
- Explore God’s Diverse World
- Excel in their Gifts
- Love Courageously
- Educationally Excellent
- Based on Biblical Values
- For the Children of Christian Families
“Living Curriculum” Teachers
A CHA education includes a rigorous and comprehensive curriculum. However, it is the school’s “Living Curriculum” teachers that make the student experience both academically excellent and spiritually formative, as students enjoy the freedom to explore and learn in a nurturing, Christ-centered environment. At every level students are challenged to consider the question, “What does God’s Word mean in my life?” Our articulate, mature Christian teachers both teach and model critical and biblical thinking, passion for God’s Word, and impacting the school, community, and world for the glory of God.
Christian Heritage Academy seeks to come alongside Christian parents and the church to build into the lives of the next generation of believers. By providing an educational experience consistent with the biblical values that are taught in both the home and at church, a three-way partnership among home, church, and school is created. CHA is continuing to develop relationships with pastors and youth leaders at local churches to offer resources and support.
The Bible gives clear guidance for parents on how their children should be taught. They are to be consistently raised in the training and instruction of the Lord (Eph:6-4), growing in wisdom and knowledge in Christ. One of our founding parents, Dr. Wayne Grudem, PhD, wrote an excellent article highlighting scripture that parents should consider when making educational decisions for their children. We encourage you to read Biblical Reasons… by Dr. Grudem.