WHERE TO GIVE

Currently Accepting Applications For The 2021–2022 School Year!

Why Give To The Annual Fund?

A Tradition of Generosity

Combined with tuition, your generosity supports every student, every teacher, every day. The Annual Fund serves to invest in people, strengthen programs, and enhance places on our campuses. Unrestricted gifts to the Annual Fund give the school greater flexibility to support schoolwide priorities throughout the year.

 

Every year, the school strives for a high level of participation from the School Board, faculty, staff, current families, alumni, alumni families, grandparents and friends of the school. Our fiscal year runs July 1 to June 30 and every parent is encouraged to participate every year.

 

Every family is asked to support the Annual Fund. Our goal is 100% participation. This symbolizes a collective investment in the school’s excellence and also increases opportunities for funding through grants.

 

Every gift, regardless of the amount, enhances the St. John Christian Academy experience and is an investment in the mission of our school. Each fall, The PawPrint recognizes all of our donors’ contributions by giving level from the prior fiscal year.

 

Participation at any level demonstrates a commitment of financial support and encourages others to support our mission. Gifts of very different sizes may be equal in generosity.

As a 501C(3) non-profit organization, all gifts to St. John Christian Academy are deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

We are also accredited by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA). Our operating budget is based on a fiscal year beginning July 1 through June 30. All donors will be recognized by giving levels in our annual report, the PawPrint. If you wish to remain anonymous, please note your desire when making your donation.

WHERE TO GIVE

Help St. John Christian Academy with general operational needs that include:

  • Faculty/Staff Professional Development
  • Specialty Programs, including PE, Music, and Field Trips
  • Facility Upkeep and Improvement

Specify the project of your choosing, and St. John Christian Academy will apply those funds to that entity.

To discuss how you can sponsor a student to attend St. John Christian Academy, contact the Principal, Reginald Joseph.

A Tradition of Generosity

The level of giving is a personal decision for each family. All those who give a gift of $2,000 or more are considered Headmaster’s Council Members and receive free admission to home athletic events, as well as two tickets for the auction and the school play.

 

Roaring Fans give $25 or more per month. You can easily set up a recurring gift online at donate. Your donation makes a difference as we can count on the consistency of your monthly support.

 

  • Friends: A gift of any amount
  • Roaring Fans: $300+
  • Headmaster’s Council: $2,000+
  • Leadership Circle: $5,000+
  • Founder’s Club: $10,000+
  • 1971 Society: $20,000+

How Can I Give?

Lower school students are introduced to a biblical worldview that is expressed through the study of the Old and New Testaments that leads to a greater understanding of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Bible is upheld as the standard for life and moral values. It is the framework in which students become responsible caretakers and peacemakers among their peers and community.

A research-based balanced literacy approach to teaching language arts surrounds lower school students with foundations in phonics, reading fluency, spelling, grammar, vocabulary, penmanship, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Instruction in language arts is a process of whole-class, small-group, and individual practice targeting key literacy skills to reinforce and develop.

Grounded in the current research of how students learn mathematics, students are engaged in a coherent sequence of learning mathematics designed to build a strong foundation of conceptual understanding, procedural skill, math fluency, and application to problem-solving.

Lower school students are introduced to thinking and understanding about the past and present, geographic and regional perspectives, cultures, and communities to prepare them for the future as independent life-long thinkers and learners. Through history and geography topics unfold to answer essential questions leading to an understanding of how God acts in time and place with illustrations of how humans have developed various aspects of culture such as government and institutions.

Lower school students are introduced to a biblical worldview that is expressed through the study of the Old and New Testaments that leads to a greater understanding of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Bible is upheld as the standard for life and moral values. It is the framework in which students become responsible caretakers and peacemakers among their peers and community.

Lower school students are introduced to a biblical worldview that is expressed through the study of the Old and New Testaments that leads to a greater understanding of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Bible is upheld as the standard for life and moral values. It is the framework in which students become responsible caretakers and peacemakers among their peers and community.