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Core Values 
• We believe in an educational program that is based on the truths of God’s word and the preeminence of Jesus Christ. Bible lessons are incorporated in our curriculum as we believe in God’s supremacy and the Bible is the absolute truth of the revelation of God’s Nature and will for mankind.  
• We believe in providing a safe and respectful learning environment where students are actively engaged and challenged in their learning. We challenge students to develop a biblical worldview; seeking God’s will, a view of the world based on God’s revealed truth and the Bible which directs our life in the world and that our students be not conformed to the pattern of this world. We believe that all scripture is given by inspiration of God and encourage our students to use the Bible as a tool to implement spiritual development into their everyday lives.  
• We believe in providing spiritual training from a holiness viewpoint that fosters the development of Christian character in our students.  
• We believe in teaching students to show honor and respect to those whom God has appointed to leadership.  
• We believe in encouraging students to follow Christ’s example of leadership through servanthood and glorify God through service in their school church, and community.  


In a comfortable Christian atmosphere each child will be guided to grow spiritually, emotionally, socially, physically, academically. and in Christian faith.  

Zion Temple Christian Academy is not a school merely for the sake of academics, but character training is one of the goals of Christian education. Students must be faithfully trained, line upon line, precept upon precept, day after day after day. To train means to exercise, to discipline, to teach, and form by practice. When students are trained, it becomes part of their character to do what they have been taught. It is built into their spirit, and they have to go against their own spirit to do the wrong thing. Training builds habits that are right, and training must take place all through the day, not merely in a “character lesson” taught once a day or once a week. It is not enough to simply talk about doing right. Students are taught to have self-esteem, pride, respect authority, be attentive, obey willingly and immediately, apply themselves to the task at hand, learn rules and apply them, do their best, learn to work hard, develop habits of orderliness, carefulness, obedience, honesty, accomplishment, cooperation, perseverance, self-control, attentiveness, fairness, confidence, responsibility, effort, steadfastness, discipline, endurance, helpfulness neatness, patience, and respect. These goals will enable students to develop spiritually, intellectually, physically and socially.