The answer to ALL of the following questions will be YES at Richmond Hill Christian Academy.
Please consider what your answers would be if you sent your child to a non-Christian school, and what the effects would be on his future.
Yes / No
- Will my child’s education prepare him for life? (Or just to make a living?)
- Will I be confident when I go back home, or to work in the morning, that my child is with people I can trust?
- Will he know and experience God’s love for him?
- Will his childhood innocence be preserved for as long as possible?
- Will he be spending 30+hours a week in a wholesome, orderly, well-disciplined environment?
- Will he benefit from an excellent curriculum and dedicated teachers?
- Will he be reassured at school that God’s word is true and unchanging, a sure foundation for his life?
- Will he learn to show respect to parents and teachers and all others in authority?
- Will he grow up with others who love and obey the Lord?
- Will his teachers pray for him and with him?
- Will his friends and their families have Christian values?
- Will he be able to tell right from wrong?
- Will he have the desire and power to do what is right?
- Will he give Jesus first place in his life?
- Will he be encouraged at school to obey you now, and to honour you always?
- Will he naturally turn to God for wisdom and for help in time of need?
- Will he be helped to develop a servant heart and to have compassion for the needy?
- Will he be able to withstand temptation and the pressure to compromise?
- Will he have joy and peace with God, and the abundant life that Jesus promised?
- Will he learn how to work hard, and to have good work habits?
- Will he learn how to get along with others, and how to have wholesome fun?
- Will he be trained at school to be a Christian leader?
- Will he be helped to develop his talents and abilities to honour God?
- Will his life be lived in such a way as to have God’s blessing upon it?
but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”