The purpose of the Mission Valley Christian Academy is to assist parents in their God-given responsibility to educate and discipline their children in a biblical worldview, while simultaneously encouraging and equipping them to give God preeminence in every area and endeavor of life. Based on the model of classical education, MVCA seeks to pursue the life of virtue in the context of a loving and rigorous school community. In brief, this means we believe that the purpose that the purpose of education-as all of life-is to grow in the love and knowledge of God, and that such knowledge compels us to live godly lives. Mission Valley Christian Academy is a K-12 Christian school, located in Polson, Montana. MVCA fully embraces the Classical and the Christian approach to education as outlined in the seminal essay of Dorothy Sayers, The Lost Tools of Learning.
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