Kingdom Education Expected Student Outcomes

The Christian School at Castle Hills exists because of the belief that all Christian parents should have the opportunity to give their child a quality education based on the Word of God. The school views itself as an extension of the Christian home.

CHS teaches its students through a balanced curriculum in the academic, social, physical, and spiritual areas. The curriculum encourages a search for truth and knowledge that rests on the foundation of the written Word of God. Integrating the Bible into all areas of curriculum gives integrity and meaning to all subject areas. The Holy Spirit makes the teacher’s instruction meaningful, useful, and practical. The goal of this approach is to produce students who possess a Christian mind and who can stand independently in their generation for the Lord.

The student is encouraged to reach his or her fullest potential in every area of life. The unique nature of each young person calls for us to nurture his or her independent thinking and creative ability under the Lordship of Christ. As a result, the student can become the kind of leader and servant who will carry a commitment to Christ and kingdom principles to the world.

 

We are committed to producing students who are dedicated to:

1. SPIRITUAL FORMATION

Grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  2 Peter 3:18

Evidenced by –

  • Knowing Jesus Christ as Savior and King.
  • Committed and competent to share the Gospel.
  • Growing in spiritual disciplines and Christ-like character.
  • Secure in their identity in Christ.

 

2. BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW

If someone asks about your hope as a believer, always be ready to explain it.  1 Peter 3:15

Evidenced by –

  • Understanding life and culture through a Scriptural lens.
  • Engaged in Great Commission conversations and apologetic discussions.
  • Appreciation for beauty and aesthetics in the Arts.
  • Honoring God by treating their body as the temple of the Holy Spirit.

 

3. ACADEMIC PRIORITY AND EXCELLENCE

An intelligent heart acquires knowledge, and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge.  Proverbs 18:15

Evidenced by –

  • Capable of critical thinking, reasoning, and problem-solving.
  • Excellence in written and verbal communication.
  • Prepared to pursue college and career goals.
  • Competent in skills needed for the 21st century workforce.

 

4. BIBLICAL SERVANT LEADER ATTITUDES

Have this attitude in you which was also in Christ Jesus.  Philippians 2:5

Evidenced by –

  • Demonstrating a servant’s heart engaged in serving others.
  • Affirming the value of others as image-bearers of God.
  • Fulfilling the duties and responsibilities of a godly citizen.
  • Reflecting the character of Christ in interactions with others.