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About Mooresville Christian Academy

Our Purpose is – 

Spiritual training that is aimed at bringing the student into a correct relationship with God through Jesus Christ, while maintaining a strong academic program.

 

Our Mission Statement is – 

Complementing Christian families and churches, by providing an excellent Christ-centered education, preparing young people to grow in faith, scholarship, leadership, and stewardship.

 

Our Vision is –

To educate students in pursuit of a Christ-centered life.

Proverbs 22:6 – “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”

Prayer is a vital ingredient in our program of Christian training. Students at Mooresville Christian Academy are trained in the importance of establishing a consistent daily prayer life. Teachers lead the students to understand how God is central to all of life and that continual communication with Him is essential to consistent Christian living.

MCA CORE VALUES

Discipleship

To aid each student in experiencing maximum spiritual, intellectual, social, and physical development.

To aid students in discerning truth from error.

To integrate subjects with the truths of the Bible.

Educational Excellence

To teach the fundamental skills of reading, writing, spelling, mathematics, and independent study so thoroughly that the pupil shall be prepared for the acquisition of knowledge without any hindering limitations.

To provide students with a maximum opportunity for total participation in all phases of their learning and to facilitate the receiving and retention of knowledge.

Patriotism & Civic Responsibility

To teach our American heritage and the current problems facing our country and world.

To show the students their present civic responsibilities and to prepare them for adult responsibility as Christian citizens of our nation.

Church Attendance

Believing that our role at MCA is to assist the home and the Church in the task of training young people, we feel that it is of utmost importance for all of our students, with their families, to be in regular attendance at their church. We do not feel that we are working in harmony with the home, if the family is not active in church.

Hebrews 10:25 – “Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.”

Christian Training

Mooresville Christian Academy teaches those truths which are central in the Protestant tradition. We evangelically present that man is sinful in nature and needs to be restored to a right relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ if he is to know peace here and in the glory of God hereafter. It is our purpose to provide a basic academic educational program that has as its integrating center the triune God.

Evangelism of Students

The education a child receives plays a vital role in his personality development and the life choices he makes in later years. With this understanding, Mooresville Christian Academy assumes its portion of the responsibility it shares with parents “ to train up a child in the way he should go.”

It is the policy for each teacher to give a clear presentation of the Gospel to each student during the course of the year and for each teacher to know where each child in his or her class stands in regard to his or her relationship with Christ. It is the desire of the school that every student have a personal relationship with Christ and that the Gospel be made a natural part of the process.

Prayer

Prayer is a vital ingredient in our program of Christian training. Students at Mooresville Christian Academy are trained in the importance of establishing a consistent daily prayer life. Teachers lead the students to understand how God is central to all of life and that continual communication with Him is essential to consistent Christian living.

Students are trained in the habit of prayer throughout the school day, before beginning the responsibilities of each day, before eating lunch, for special needs, and to give Him praise for all things. Students are encouraged to make their requests known before God, and are given opportunities to pray and to share needs with others as they share their requests with Him.

Students are trained in the habit of prayer throughout the school day, before beginning the responsibilities of each day, before eating lunch, for special needs, and to give Him praise for all things. Students are encouraged to make their requests known before God, and are given opportunities to pray and to share needs with others as they share their requests with Him.