RMCA's Philosophy

A quality education builds upon unchanging absolute truths and values. These values are not only the basis for teaching the facts of history, math, science, language and the arts, but also for developing moral character, reverence for God, belief in the Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, respect for others, and for one’s country. Hence, a quality education is important for all people. These virtues are exuded and fostered through Christian principles of faith that promulgate absolute truths and virtues from the Holy Bible. They are eternal in origin and unchanging.

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Therefore, we hold that the foundation of education should be built upon Christian principles, because these principles minister to the whole child---spiritually, intellectually, physically, emotionally, and socially, and are sure and unchanging. RMCA believes that every student is wonderfully and fearfully made with his/her own gifts, abilities and infinite worth. Each student is encouraged to pursue academic excellence. The school recognizes that student abilities and learning styles differ from one individual to the next. These differences are taken into consideration in the educational process. By providing a low student-teacher ratio, RMCA helps each student achieve his/her full potential. Students are encouraged to make wise choices as they interact with their peers and their teachers within the school community. As students learn to behave responsibly at school, they gain necessary life skills to become successful, contributing leaders who will make a positive difference in the world

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