The mission of Calvary Christian School is to teach students the need to receive Jesus Christ as their personal Savior, to provide an atmosphere that allows the gains in knowledge, skills, and wisdom, to provide students with carefully screened teachers who evidence spiritual discernment and personal concern for every student, provide a curriculum which is not contrary to, and does not jeopardize, the Christian ideals on which our country was founded, to emphasize the individual contribution and responsibility of each student toward God, our country, and his neighbors, to maintain discipline in each student as a pattern toward development of self-discipline.
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