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A Christian Academy graduate is a committed Christ-like servant and leader in his or her family, church, community, college and adult life able to define, enhance and articulate his or her faith.


A Christian Academy graduate has a Christian worldview and understands his or her responsibility to lead a life that reflects Christian values and principles.


A Christian Academy graduate is equipped to deal with real-life situations as a person of faith, character and integrity demonstrating Christ-like love for everyone.


A Christian Academy graduate is prepared for higher education with a strong academic and spiritual foundation enabling them to compete at the college or university of their choosing.


A Christian Academy graduate is knowledgeable in the use of technology exhibiting superior skills in its applications.


A Christian Academy graduate is an effective verbal and written communicator applying critical thinking skills, and thoughtful problem solving in a confident, persuasive and respectful manner.


A Christian Academy graduate has identified and developed his or her intellectual, artistic, athletic gifts from God and is prepared to use them to His glory.


A Christian Academy graduate has a thorough knowledge and understanding of the Bible, submits to accountability with fellow believers, and is able to apply its absolute truth in everyday life.


A Christian Academy graduate demonstrates effective study skills and is motivated to pursue independent study in areas of personal interest.


 A Christian Academy graduate has an understanding of and is able to apply ideas and skills in science, social studies, history, fine arts, foreign language, technology and personal money management.


 A Christian Academy graduate is a responsible and patriotic citizen who understands and appreciates our Christian heritage, American Republic and Western culture.


 A Christian Academy graduate is committed to the lifelong pursuit of wisdom and knowledge, and exhibits the confidence, commitment and skills required for such.

Graduate Testimonial

I have been attending Christian Academy for five years and have also lived in the United States for five years.

One of my favorite Bible verses is Matthew 6:34, which says, "Don't worry about tomorrow, because tomorrow will have its own worries, each day has enough trouble of its own." I like this verse because I can see that God is working in my life.

When I was born in Shanghai, China, I lost my birth parents, and I did not know God. In 2016, my life was changed, God brought me new parents, Darren and Kim Gore, and I was so excited to meet them and my family. Even when things don't seem good at the moment, God still had a plan for me.

I started 8th Grade at Christian Academy in 2016, and I met a lot of new students and teachers. It was a little different to me because of the different cultures and environments. There are many teachers here at Christian Academy that God used to help me. I want to thank each of them. Thank you to all teachers who have taught me at Christian Academy.

I also want to say thank you to my family, my mom and dad, thank you for being supportive parents, and for giving me a new life that has been very different for the last five years. Thank you for following God's lead and knowing it was His plan for me to be part of our family. It is wonderful to have a family where people support me even when things are hard.

I also want to thank my siblings, Cole and Brenna, thank you for always checking on me, talking about computers.
Caroline and Alec for being my another parents, all Calculus and SAT helps, and boys’ night.

And I want to thank my classmates, it has been fun to get to know all of y'all and get through all our classes together.
Lastly and most importantly, I want to thank God; I would not be here without His plan. I know that He saw me in China and took care of me. He gave me my family, and that I was able to attend to Christian Academy. I know He has my future in His steady hand, and I am thankful for everything in my life. 

By: Cade Gore, Graduating Class of 2021