WE ANSWER THE BIG QUESTIONS DIFFERENTLY.
Preparing students for life is an enormous task. It requires education, training, discipline, trial & error, and helping them find the answers to the big questions.
When a student asks the question “Why am I here?” We answer in the context of faith that we are all here to serve God, to serve others, and do our best. We ask our students to do their very best – but not for their sake, not even for your sake. We ask them to do their best for His sake. So when they are taking a test, singing a song, or serving a meal, they are honoring Christ, who said, “Whatever you did for the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” Matthew 25:40
When a student asks the question “Who am I?” We answer in the context of faith that we are all God’s children. That means we are all created uniquely in His image. Everything we do is from the perspective of a Christ-centered world view. That happens in the classroom, on the athletic field and in the community. We ask our students to define who they are as children of God.
When a student asks the question “Where am I going?” We answer in the context of faith that we are all followers of Christ. Where He leads we will follow. Western Michigan Christian Schools strive to help prepare your child for what is next, whether that be elementary school, middle school, high school or beyond. Students are prepared academically, emotionally and spiritually for what God has in store for them.
SO WHAT’S YOUR QUESTION?
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