Expected Biblical Outcomes-old version

MCCS will endeavor to:


  • Mold the K3-12 student into one who knows, loves, and worships God through a personal relationship with Christ.   
  • Assist parents in educating their children according to the Word of God; sanctified and pure, useful to the Master.
  • Grasp essential doctrines and truths through Bible study process, teacher modeling, and student centered activities. He or she will be able to employ essential vocabulary in everyday life, even to the point of sharing/defending his or her faith.  
  • Create students that can overcome the challenges of the 21st century with humility and boldness. The natural outcome of this process will be a joyful, Spirit-filled person who applies him/herself in a lifestyle of service, particularly effective in the global fulfillment of the Great Commission.
  • Help students view life with a focus on God’s Word and to apply Biblical principles in life decisions.
  • Help students to reflect Christ-like attitudes, behavior, and character.
  • Equip students to respond daily in faith and obedience to the will of God.
  • Teach students the value of church attendance and involvement, and encourage them to become part of a local Bible-believing church.
  • Provide moral training from a biblical perspective.


  • Purpose that Mount Calvary’s academic standards exceed the state requirements for education.
  • Identify, encourage, and direct each student’s achievements in accordance with their God-given potential.
  • Help students think and reason logically, critically, and creatively using the Bible as the absolute criteria for all thought.
  • Enable students to gain command of basic communicative and computational skills.
  • Lead students to understand and appreciate the universe and themselves as God’s creation, accepting their responsibility for global stewardship.
  • Encourage students to seek knowledge, wisdom, and understanding.


  • Develop an understanding of the fact that the Christian’s body houses the Holy Spirit and therefore should be treated as the Temple of God.
  • Help students develop and maintain coordination, ability, and general fitness.
  • Help students gain an appreciation for good physical health and well-being.
  • Help students learn acceptable and constructive physical activities for their leisure time.
  • Help students accept the abilities and limitations God has bestowed upon each individual.
  • Teach and model good sportsmanship.


  • Help students develop an understanding, appreciation, and acceptance of themselves and others as individuals created in God’s image.
  • Promote attitudes to honor, respect, and obey parents, teachers, and others God has placed in authority over them.
  • Encourage students and their families to worship, participate, and fellowship with other believers in a local, Bible-believing church.
  • Promote proper citizenship in the classroom, community, state, and nation.
  • Provide opportunities and encouragement to serve others in the home, church, school, and community.
  • Promote healthy social interaction among students through a program of student activities.
  • Teach the value and importance of the traditional family unit, in accordance with God’s design.