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Core Values

Core Values

We believe the Bible to be the divinely inspired Word of God, inerrant in its original manuscripts (II Peter 1:21).

We accept the traditional principles of Christianity, outlined in the Bible, as the standard for daily living (II Timothy 3:16).

As Christ is the cornerstone of the Church, we believe that He is also the cornerstone of the educational process (Ephesians 2:20-21).

We believe in the Biblical position that the education of children is primarily the responsibility of the parents.  Aletheia is considered to be an extension of the Christian home and a tool for enhancing the spiritual, academic, social, and physical development of its students. We welcome constructive parental involvement in our classrooms and extracurricular activities.

We value community and biblical relationships and believe that parents, teachers, and churches working together provide the best education for each individual student.

We believe that the school and its attending families must share the same educational vision for the student’s educational process to be effective.  Therefore, we are a “discipleship” school that requires at least one of the student’s parents or guardians to have made a profession of faith in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior and attend an evangelical church.   A student in grades 7-12 may be admitted on their own statement of conversion.  They must also demonstrate life-style evidence of conversion and receive a pastoral letter of recommendation from an evangelical church.

Aletheia is a non-denominational school that is not affiliated with any particular church or denomination.  In our Bible classes and in our daily conduct, we emphasize those biblical principles that unite the body of Christ rather than those aspects of faith on which there is disagreement.  Questions regarding denominational issues such as modes of baptism, spiritual gifts, and other controversial doctrines that do not contradict our Statement of Faith are referred to the respective parents and their pastors.

We believe that genuine love and respect for one another is the best witness for Christ and provides the best atmosphere for learning.

We pursue excellence in everything we do.  (Colossians 3:23)

We seek to provide a safe and secure environment for all our students.