New Testament Baptist School, founded in 1996, was started as an alternative to the humanistic public school system. New Testament Baptist School is a traditional K-12 school using the A-Beka cirriculum and is designed to help families rear their children for Christian service. Its primary goal is to produce Christians who have been instilled with Christian character and Christian leadership. To accomplish this, three areas are emphasized. Spiritual life of the child and familyThe Bible is not only taught but permeates each subject with the goal of directing children and their families to live the Bible not just know it, AcademicsUsing traditional Christian curriculum and methods, New Testament Baptist School provides a superior academic climate, Physical developmentA continually developing physical education program which stresses character building.
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Student Teacher Ratio
6 : 1
52% Male / 48% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
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