It is a myth that education can be nonreligious –that is, that education can go on in a vacuum that deliberately excludes the basic questions about life. It is not possible to separate religious values from education. This is because all the fundamental questions of education require religious answers. Learning to read and write is simply the process of acquiring tools to enable us to ask and answer such questions. — Doug Wilson, Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning

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How To Make a Wise School Decision

Agape Christi Academy desires for faithful Christian education to steadily grow in our culture and around the world. This vision requires a view of the micro and macro levels at the same time. Classes go on day by day as students slowly but steadily learn to see the world around them with the eyes of […]


Technology and God | Jun 1, 2013

In a world where technology is accelerating and changing rapidly, with increasing impact on how we live our lives, we all recognize the importance of preparing students to use technology effectively. Many schools seek to answer this need by exposing students to as much technology as possible within the classroom. However, experience using today’s technology […]


Common Objections | May 20, 2013

In the last two years of laying the groundwork for the launch of Agape Christi, we’ve had the opportunity to listen to many families regarding their school choice decision. We rejoice to have the freedom of school choice in our country, knowing that Christian schools and homeschools are illegal in many parts of the world. […]


Education By Natural Selection | Apr 21, 2013

Fourteen years ago yesterday, the state of the environment in which American schoolchildren are educated changed in the national consciousness. Prior to April 20, 1999, parents may have known that the quality of education was trending downward, as evidenced by President GW Bush’s passage of the No Child Left Behind Act just two years later, […]


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