The Master's School Mission
We at The Master's School are committed to the integration of faith and learning within the framework of a Christian worldview. We challenge our students to strive for spiritual maturity and academic excellence in a supportive community that emphasizes "education from the inside out."
What is Education from the Inside Out?
Uncovering the unique design of each student is the greatest joy of the dedicated teachers of The Master's School. The goal of The Master's School education is to work with the parents to find each child's gifting and then equip the child to succeed academically while developing his/her unique skills and talents. We see students with gifts in the arts, athletics, teaching, science, writing, leadership, and more. Our graduates have gone on to become athletes, lawyers, teachers, entrepreneurs, missionaries, and ambassadors, just to name a few vocations.
Being a college-preparatory school, each level of education prepares the student for the next, not only academically but spiritually, socially, emotionally, and physically. As the students progress through the Early Childhood Program to the Lower, Middle, and Upper Schools their internal schematics are revealed. They are constantly offered opportunities to stretch in familiar areas and to grow through taking risks by trying things they have never tried before. This allows students to flourish as they progressively head toward graduation, looking at all college programs that would provide them a course of study in line with their academic goal and eventual life work.
The Master's School is a co-educational college preparatory day school for students in preschool through grade 12 with average and above-average academic ability pursuing educational excellence from a Christian perspective. The Master's School cannot be all things to all people. Critical thinking skills are taught within the context of a Christian worldview at all levels of the school.
The Master's School could easily become accessible only for the academically and financially elite. This would be tragic. The culture of the age tempts us to target those students who would advance the school's reputation. The Master's School should be different. We recognize the practical significance of test scores, college entrances and the number of National Merit scholars. However, our expressed priority is developing a strong academic work ethic to create life-long learners. Our school's motto is "Veritas Vos Liberabit" which translates into "the truth shall set you free" from John 8:32. Thus, the pursuit of truth should be our highest ideal such that students develop a meaningful worldview and healthy relationships.
The Master's School seeks high quality educators who have hearts for God and who demonstrate expertise in their fields. Each member of The Master's School faculty and staff signs a statement of faith attesting to his or her personal relationship with Jesus Christ, a relationship demonstrated by living out our core values of truth, integrity and excellence. We want teachers who inspire the joy of learning, teachers who challenge students to think. We look for faculty who love students and who pursue truth.