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Core Values

Primacy of Truth
The God who created the universe has established all knowledge, and a search for Truth is a search for Him.  God’s revelation of truth as revealed in the Scriptures forms the basis for true wisdom and knowledge. (Proverbs 2:1-7; 2 Timothy 3:15-16; Psalm 25:5; John 1:17; 8:32; 14:6; 16:3)
Pursuit of Excellence
Excellence is the standard that guides all that we do.  We will undertake no program, project or initiative unless it can be accomplished in an excellent manner with excellent results.  However, excellence does not mean bigger, better, or more. It means the most appropriate us of God-given resources to best accomplish His purposes at Isaac Newton Christian Academy as outlined in the Scriptures, the school Mission Statement and the analysis of godly leaders.  We are here to accomplish God’s excellent plan under His mighty control. (Psalm 90:17; Colossians 3:23-24; Genesis 1:4,10; Ephesians 5:1)
Perspective and Balance
As a community, we must encourage dependence upon God in every area of our lives to give us His perspective and his definition of balance.  God has created us to worship Him in every area of life through praise, prayer, service, study, play, rest and through our families and relationships.  There is a proper time for each of these pursuits and Isaac Newton Christian Academy must encourage God-centered balance and perspective in the lives of its students, families, and staff.  (Ecclesiastes 3:1; Matthew 5:33)
Isaac Newton Christian Academy is a part of a three-sided partnership linking the home, the church and the school, each of which has a distinct role, a defined expertise and appropriate parameters.  With consistent values, beliefs and actions, we work together to point students in the same direction…toward Jesus Christ. (Proverbs 2:2; Deuteronomy 6:4-8; Proverbs 22:6)
It is the purpose of Isaac Newton Christian Academy to develop Christlike character and academic excellence in our students.  We do this through consistent and comprehensive incorporation of Biblical principles. In a Christ-centered, loving environment, the student will achieve academic excellence and individual character development as well as mental, physical and spiritual growth.  The result will be a well-educated, caring student ready and able to serve the Lord Jesus Christ in the community. God has created each of us to glorify Him. Moreover, God has created each of us with a unique set of abilities, talents and passions to enable us to fulfill our purpose.  (Psalm 19:1; 1 Corinthians 10:31)
It is privilege to be involved in Christian education on a daily basis.  We seek to serve one another in the Isaac Newton community in humility and with a passion and commitment to excellence.  (Romans 12:11; Colossians 3:12; Ephesians 4:11; Titus 2:1,8)