The educational philosophy of WCCA is based on the conviction that God exists and that He has revealed Himself to man. God’s revelation to man is three-fold: He has revealed Himself through creation (Romans 1:20), through the Bible (Hebrews 1:1), and through His Son, Jesus Christ (Hebrews 1:2).
Because God has revealed Himself through creation, we believe that school subject matter should be revelatory of God (Psalm 19:1,2). Since all subject matter is revelatory of God, there is no such thing as a “secular” subject.
God has revealed Himself even more particularly through His Word, the Bible. The Bible is therefore taught as a school subject and is considered to be verbally inspired and authoritative. The Bible is a source book for all subjects and is considered the final authority when it touches upon any subject.
God’s final and most complete revelation of Himself is through His Son, Jesus Christ. We believe the way to God is through Christ (John 14:6) and that every student needs to establish a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior.
We believe that truth stems from God and is absolute in character. Therefore, we desire every student to reach the following goals:
(1) discern the truth based upon God’s Word
(2) master the facts involved
(3) apply these truths to his or her own life and circumstances.