As God expects excellence, Knoxville Christian School encourages students to develop their abilities to the fullest extent possible and to use them for the glory of God and the good of their fellow man. As man is created in the image of God, students are taught respect for all people, regardless of social, economic, ethnic and physical status.
Knoxville Christian School is a college preparatory and career readiness school. Its academic requirements are designed for students to realize their potential and enable students to be successful in both higher educational pursuits and in career aspirations. Knoxville Christian curriculum is built upon current research-based practices and is intended to exceed Tennessee state and national standards.
In order to harmonize school, home, and church, Knoxville Christian employs Christians with proper credentials to provide the necessary role model. Parents are encouraged to play an active part in the education of their child through decision-making, volunteer commitments and support.
And though a man might prevail against one who is alone, two will withstand him—a threefold cord is not quickly broken.-Ecclesiastes 4:12
We believe that faith in God is the foundation of all wisdom and knowledge.
We believe each student is a unique creation of God. In order to achieve their God-given potential, students must acquire a strong grounding in fundamental academic knowledge and skills in a disciplined, challenging, and encouraging environment where we act toward others with kindness, respect, and compassion.
We believe that an education serves to help students to grow spiritually, intellectually, physically, and socially for their benefit and the benefit of society.
We believe an effective educational process involves a partnership between students, parents, teachers, administrators, and staff who are unified in a commitment to the school’s mission and primary objectives.
We believe communication between partners must be regular, direct, and characterized by respect and a common commitment to what is best for individual students and the entire learning community.
In addition to appropriate curricular and extra-curricular offerings, we believe successful pursuit of our mission is dependent upon faculty, administration, and staff who are role models, who are professionally qualified, who are genuinely concerned about children, who are committed to the values of the school, and who love God.