Core Values

Core Values

**The following Core Values have been carefully chosen and prayerfully adopted by the Cathedral Academy Board of Directors in accordance with the Cathedral Academy Policy Governance Manual (pp. 31-32).** 

Core Value 1: Truth
The Bible is the inerrant Word of God that gives directions in every aspect of life. ~ 2 Timothy 3: 16-17

Core Value 2: Christ-Likeness
Whoever claims to live in Him must walk as Jesus did. ~ 1 John 2:6, Colossians 2:2-3

Core Value 3: Christian Family
The Christian family is God’s training ground for preparing generations to know and serve Jesus Christ. ~ Deuteronomy 6:6-9

Core Value 4: Church
The church has been and always will be the instrument of God to fulfill God’s purposes on Earth. ~ Acts 2:42-47

Core Value 5: Quality Education
“Train up a child in the way he should go. Even when he is old he will not depart from it.” ~ Proverbs 22:6, Luke 2:52

Core Value 6: Stewardship
Every aspect of the educational program must be considered a stewardship responsibility from God so that a Biblical legacy will be successfully passed from one generation to the next. ~ Psalm 78:5-7

Core Value 7: Service
Whoever wants to be great among us must be a servant. ~ Matthew 20:26-28

Staff Core Values

Classroom Instruction:
CP will model classroom instruction after the example of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has taught with the authority of ultimate truth. Biblical truths will permeate the classroom through the instructional process and program.

Recognizing the example of excellence in the life of Christ, the staff should strive for excellence in all areas of their professional life.

Student Relationships:
The student-teacher relationship encompasses modeling Christ-like behavior and discipleship just as Paul demonstrated in his relationship to Timothy.

Parent Relationships:
CP recognizes the parent-teacher relationship as the interaction between the leaders of the home and the leaders of the classroom. We recognize the parent as the primary educator and will focus our goals and methods to help parents understand and fulfill their God-given responsibilities to Biblically educate their student.

Personal Life:
Faculty members will model Christ in their personal lives. They will teach with their actions as well as their words.