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Qualities instilled in the student body of Meridian Christian Academy:

Respect
Honesty
Responsibility
Character
Self-Control
Patriotism
Morality
Honor

 


1998-99 
School Year

Affordable Quality Education in a
 Christian Environment

Christian Academy

3758 Hwy 68, Crossville, TN 38555
(931) 456-6089

Welcome

Meridian Christian Academy was formed to provide a quality
education for the children of the Cumberland Plateau in a Christian
environment
then the student can reach their full potential as an
individual.

A Christian school provides a unique opportunity to fuse the sacred
and the secular into a well-balanced educational system. Only
when the unchanging truths of the Bible and the Christian principles
found in it are taught in conjunction with core curriculum can those
goals be achieved. America and her future will be controlled by the
children of today. We need young men and women with morality,
courage, wisdom, and faith to accept those future challenges. It is
our goal at Meridian Christian Academy to provide our precious
country with men and women of character.

Statement of Faith

We believe:
The Bible has God for its author; salvation for its end; and truth,
  without any mixture of error, for its matter.
The 1963 Baptist Faith and Message is our doctrinal statement.
That the Bible reveals God, the fall of Man, the way of salvation,
  and God's plan and purpose.
In God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
In the deity, virgin birth, bodily resurrection and physical return of
  Jesus Christ.
Salvation is by grace, plus nothing. The conditions to salvation are
  repentance and faith.
That men are justified by faith alone.
That men are counted righteous before God only through the merit
  of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
In the everlasting consciousness of the saved and the everlasting
  punishment of the lost.

What we offer

Thanks to the support of parents and church members of Meridian
Baptist Church through volunteering and financial provisions,
Meridian Christian Academy provides a well-rounded, hands-on
education for its student body.

Principal, Phil Asberry
Director of Teachers, Rhonda McCustion
Teacher, Jan Madden
Teacher's Assistants Kathy Hayes & Lisa Russell
Music Teacher, Pat Marbry
Pastor, Mike Garrett
Curriculum-A Beka Publishing, Bob Jones University Press,
  Positive   Action for Christ, occasional secular books used to
  meet an educational need that cannot be filled otherwise, Bible.
Volunteers for teaching crafts.
Field Trips to supplement their education and cultural awareness.

World's Fair Geography Program designed to enhance the
  students' understanding of other countries, their culture, clothing,
  foods, religion and industry by preparing a speech and
  demonstration about the country they are learning.

Tuition

$200 per mo. per child for a 10 month school year
$100 per additional child per mo.

Pastor Mike Garrett
E-Mail: mikeg@usit.net

 

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