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Accelerated Learning and Christian Living For Elementary School Children In Greater New Haven Kindergarten - 4th Grade

All Nations Christian Academy “Christian Living”

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We believe that the care and education of a child are a parent’s most important consideration. Parents should feel at ease and confident about the place where their child spends their day. Daily interaction with the loving, caring educators who work at All Nations Christian Academy can positively influence your child’s future. We strive to meet the cognitive, social, and emotional growth of each individual child in a caring and supportive atmosphere.

Our program philosophy is completely based on Biblical principles. The success of our program is enhanced significantly when parents are willing and able to work with our educators to ensure that the children are receiving a consistent message at home and at school.

All Nations invites our students to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Our daily program include memorizing God’s word, prayer, praise, and Bible study, with an emphasis on producing good works and godly behavior in the power of the Holy Spirit.

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“Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called children of God” (Matthew 5:9).

It often seems like conflict and disagreement are unavoidable in this life. Serious, divisive conflict is everywhere – within families, in the church, and out in the world. And it can seem impossible to overcome its negative force in our lives. At The Academy we are helping children acquire the skills they need to become peacemakers in their school, in their homes, in their communities and in the world at large. It is our hope and prayer that our students will be people of outstanding character who will bring God’s light and healing power on this broken world. May they be armed with great faith, love, and courage to break the cycle of violence on the streets of New Haven. Amen.

“Small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it” (Matthew 7:14).

In choosing a Christian school, parents are making the intentional decision to separate their child from the influences of the secular teachings in the public schools. Our students are taught that happiness, success, and fulfillment can only be achieved through a life with Jesus. All Nations is a place where children are taught that living a Godly life requires making difficult choices.

“The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law” (Galatians 5:22-23).

At All Nations molding a child’s character in the likeness of Christ is as crucial a goal as helping them achieve academic excellence. While the world seeks to teach children to work hard in order to achieve material success, we teach our students to strive for a holy character and the Spirit of God will bear abundant fruit in their lives. Ultimately, God will fulfill His purpose for the children according to His divine plan when they are obedient to his word.

“There are different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit distributes them” (1 Corinthians 12:4).”

At All Nations we do not subscribe to the secular “cookie cutter” approach. On the contrary, we strive to teach the children to do “their very best” applying the self-control that the Holy Spirit has given them. We recognize that children have different skills, abilities, interests, and rate of development. We strive to motivate them to work to their full potential, allowing them to go at their own pace and celebrating their efforts.

“Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable–if anything is excellent or praiseworthy–think about such things” (Philippians 4:8).

“Actions speak louder than words.” In order to teach our students how to live Godly lives, our educators must be able to apply Christian principles to their daily interactions with the children.