The Mission of Maranatha High School is to prepare students for living lives of purpose and distinction, as reflected by character, competency and community, by developing the whole student through relationships, to honor the Lord Jesus Christ. Maranatha High School was founded in 1965 by a group of Christian leaders who shared a vision to establish a college preparatory high school predicated upon Biblical principles and an unalloyed commitment to Jesus Christ. Maranatha High School is the only interdenominational Christian college preparatory high school in the San Gabriel Valley. With over 130 different churches represented in the school community, Maranatha enjoys a diverse religious expression. Located in Pasadena, California, Maranatha High School provides an exceptional education for students desiring an opportunity to be fully equipped to pursue higher education. The distinctions of a Maranatha education that guide our students' high school experience are: • Critical Thinking: Advancing their ability to think critically through a worldview that is distinctively Christian and brings depth to the educational process, linking intellectual growth with the formation of character. • Competency: Gaining competency in their ability to excel in the academic disciplines. • Community: Growing in compassion for others as reflected in their commitment to our community through community service. • Character:Developing character as they strive to emulate Christ likeness in both word and deed.
The type of student that should not attend Maranatha is one whom will be offended by the spiritual stance that Maranatha takes or stands for. A student that does not have respect for the Christan faith and unwilling to have ...
The type of student that should attend Maranatha High School is a student who is open to incorporating education with Christian beliefs. A student whom wants to excel academically and mature Spiritually.
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