About Us

Mission Statement
Valdosta Christian Academy is operated for the purpose of training and developing well-rounded students for service to God and man focusing on their physical, mental, and spiritual needs using Biblical principles as taught by the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Our Philosophy
Education in its broadest sense begins at birth and continues throughout life.  Education includes every experience that a person has and influences how a person acts.  Many agencies both public and private contribute to the education of a person.

In a more narrow sense, education involves the courses and curriculum taught in a school.  The school's responsibility is to teach the accumulated culture to its students and provide  opportunities for growth, personality and character development.  The school cooperates with other agencies to provide an environment that is conducive to the fullest development of its students.

At creation, man was perfect and had limitless possibilities for development.  Man reflected the image of his Creator; however, since sin entered into the world, the purpose of true education has been to restore the image of God in man, and to bring man back into perfect harmony with God.  True education seeks to prepare youth, not only for the privileges and responsibilities of life on this Earth, but also for eternal life.


Safe and Sound Video Presentation
Few decisions are as important—and potentially life-changing—as choosing a school for your children. In this video you will learn some of the history of Adventist Christian education. Hear from some of our committed Christian teachers and see how Adventist Christian education provides a quality academic experience in a caring Christian environment.

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Journey to Excellence Video Presentation
Hear from administrators, teachers, parents, and students about the quality academics, strong curriculum, and integrated spiritual and moral content of our school.

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