Admissions of students without regard to race, color



IA & IG Contant U.S Virgin Islands

8:30AM - 2:30pm

Monday to Friday

Our Values

Our Vision

The purpose of the St.John Christian Academy is two-fold. First, as a ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ, we provide the opportunity for a quality Christian education and strive for excellence in spiritual, academic, social, and physical development. Secondly, because every student is designed by God for a specific purpose in this life, we seek to assist parents in molding character and training Godly leaders who will make an impact on the people they touch for Jesus Christ

Our Mission

We inspire young people to make a difference in their world for Christ. We  prepare them academically and spiritually to live for Him!

Core Beliefs

Every subject area, every teaching method, every attitude, every action of student or teacher is a means of training character.  Character training is taking place throughout the day, no matter what else is being taught.  The sobering question each teacher must ask is, “Am I teaching right character or wrong character?”  The teacher who maintains an orderly, structured classroom and expects the students to work hard to learn content, whether they feel like it or not, is teaching them to

  1. respect authority.
  2. pay attention.
  3. obey willingly and immediately.
  4. apply themselves to the task at hand.
  5. learn rules and apply them.
  6. do their best.
  7. learn to love hard work.
  8. understand how things work together.
  9. finish the job.
  10. do right because it’s right to do right.
  11. work hard to get the right answer.
  12. know that there is a right answer.
  13. love wisdom.
  14. choose things that are excellent.
  15. develop habits of orderliness, carefulness, alertness, obedience, persistence, honesty, accomplishment, cooperation, faithfulness, accuracy, industry, perseverance, self-control, attentiveness, fairness, thoroughness, confidence, responsibility, decisiveness, effort, steadfastness, discipline, endurance, helpfulness, reasonableness, neatness, patience, judgment, loyalty, and respect.

Pupil Care

There may be a place in the curriculum for teaching character traits in the abstract, and it is certainly important to give students a wealth of reading material in which good character traits are acted out, but it is not enough to simply talk about doing right.  The child must be expected to do right, and even, so to speak, be forced to do right time and time again by means of godly discipline until the time comes that he has learned to choose the right on his own based on right teaching, common sense, and the Word of God.