“There are two types of educations. One should teach us how to make a living and the other how to live.” – John Adams
Classical education coupled with the orthodox faith is a rare find. We couldn’t be happier with CSA’s strong academics and religion. It normally takes a long time for a newly established school to create a positive reputation and gain recognition. However, CSA immediately was seen as a gem of Wichita. We are so blessed to be here and be a part of CSA. The faculty is highly dedicated and committed, and supported by a strong board of trustees. In addition, this high quality education is offered at a highly discounted tuition that allows anyone the ability to receive a wonderfully, well-rounded education. Wichita’s educational quality has been enhanced because of CSA.
CSA marries the best academics (history–not ‘social studies’–classical and church music, wonderful literature, etc.) with a loving focus on the child’s heart. I don’t see legalism, which can be a downfall in Christian schools, but, rather, individualized care not just for Cooper’s mind, but for his heart and his soul, too. I appreciate how the children are taught to respect each other and their elders, while not making the atmosphere militaristic. The aura of the school is one of love for God, love for each other, and love for learning. As a mom, I can’t imagine a happier situation for my son.
At Christ the Savior Academy, the tangibles of a classical education are easy to identify. Students encounter a mix of academics and fine arts, providing a basis for one of the finest educational curriculums in our city. From the curriculum to the administration, faculty, staff, clergy and volunteers; it is easy to say, with complete confidence, that Christ the Savior Academy, provides a first class education. I can also report that this view is shared by others. The sterling academic reputation of C.S.A. is known throughout our community, our city and the region.
Our two youngest children have had the good fortune of attending Christ the Savior Academy. The Christianity they know there is not simply prayers or religion courses in addition to math and history – they are shown a way of learning and a way of life in which wisdom supersedes knowledge and charitable service and hospitality are the goal rather than simply being good in class. The vision is heavenly and our children are lovingly drawn to it.