Mountain Grove Christian Academy was established in 1982 for the purpose of providing a Christ-centered, Biblically-oriented education to children in all areas of educational pursuits with God being at the center of every subject. We believe that all truth is God’s truth and has its source in Jesus Christ (John 14:6). True education must involve an integration of faith and learning. The Scriptures declare that God has given the responsibility for the education and nurturing of children to the child’s parents (Deut. 6:6-9). Thus, it is the responsibility of the parents as they are led by the Holy Spirit to decide who will assist them in fulfilling their responsibility. MGCA seeks to encourage and challenge its students to reach their highest intellectual, moral, spiritual, social, and physical potential, and to present to our children the truth about God, about life, and about the world and everything in it. The goals at MGCA are not to reform, but to train children in the highest principles of Christian leadership, self-discipline, individual responsibility, personal integrity and good citizenship. It is our desire to assist you in providing the foundation that your child needs for abundant life.
1.To provide a solid academic program of study integrated with the Bible. 2. To teach students that the Bible is the inspired, infallible Word of the living God. 3. To teach students that Christ is God’s Son; that He came to die for our sins; that He rose from the dead and has returned to heaven to prepare a place for those who receive Him by faith. 4. To teach students that God is the Creator and Sustainer of the universe and of man, thus making human life in any form sacred in the sight of God. 5. To stress academic excellence and encourage individual development to the best of each student’s ability. 6. To teach the love of fellow man and an appreciation for our American heritage along with the responsibilities of citizenship. 7. To instill in the student the ability to distinguish right from wrong and the courage to stand up for personal convictions, and to provide discipline with an attitude of love and encouragement. 8. To teach the student the value of good physical health and provide opportunities for physical and social development.