Accreditation

State accreditation is an administrative mechanism designed to attain a uniform education for all children in public schools. It was established as a means for the government to insure that all public school districts meet what the state has established to be minimum academic and facility standards. These standards are arbitrary and are established by individuals who may not be saved nor in sympathy with the philosophy of a Christian school that stands on Biblical principles.

Accreditation of a private Christian school is not necessary for a graduate of that school to be accepted in any college or university. Entrance to such institutions is based on the attainment of a high school diploma and the academic merits of the individual, which are determined by their scores on nationally standardized tests. We do issue a state recognized diploma. Therefore, we do not seek state approval or accreditation but do endeavor to provide the highest possible academic program, so that our students can enter any institution of higher learning to which the Lord may direct them. Presently, we are associated with Florida Association of Christian Colleges and Schools, Inc.

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