The mission of Union Bible Academy is to equip students for life by giving them an education based on the principles of God's Holy Word. We provide a quality education using the A Beka curriculum in a traditional classroom setting from kindergarten through high school. At the same time, we maintain an emphasis on the student's personal relationship with God. Scripture makes it clear that parents are responsible for the training of their children. The aim of Union Bible Academy is to be an extension of the parents and to assist them with this God-given mandate. Union Bible Academy was established in 1861 as Union High Academy. We are the oldest continuously operating high school in Indiana. Quaker settlers, who had moved from Westfield, North Carolina, started Union High Academy to educate their young people both academically and spiritually. The goal both then and now is to equip students for life by giving them an education based on the principles of God's Holy Word.
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