What is Christian Life?
Daily devotion and prayer starts the day, every day. Bible classes are part of the course schedule for all ages, and every core subject is taught through the lens of a Biblical worldview. Weekly chapel engages all students in active worship and discipleship. A heart for service is fostered with many on- and off-campus ministry opportunities.
And 19 denominations are represented by the staff and student body.
As a covenantal Christian school, all faculty and staff sign our statement of faith and are dedicated to the mission. Their desire is to nurture the faith walk of all students in their care.
Parent or teacher-led Bible studies are offered for both boys and girls groups starting in third grade.
All middle and high school students engage in dedicated Spiritual Emphasis days every semester. High school attends a multi-day fall Retreat, and middle school spends a day off-campus every spring.
Serve as peer mentors for incoming high school students as part of the Peer Mentoring Initiative, and as mentors for lower and middle school classes through the 11:1 Effect.
Young people grow into Christ-following adults with extraordinary intentionality.
When acquisition of knowledge and biblical principles are intertwined in every aspect of a child’s development, young learners become grounded, confident, and mature Christian adults who understand joy-filled purpose and calling. That is why, since its formation in 1976, an MPCS education is so profoundly meaningful – for college, life, and eternity.
Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.— Proverbs 22:6
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There were many reasons our family chose to invest in an MPCS education. We were impressed with the school’s commitment to hire quality educators, and we felt that the school’s Christ-focused mission statement was consistent with our own.
J. DuncanMPCS Parent