Private Christian schools provide a place to learn secular subjects within a community of shared Christian beliefs. If this is your religion, sending your children for private Christian education has multiple benefits.
Learn From Teachers With Similar Morals
Christianity is a diverse religion, but most people of this faith have similar moral compasses. You can trust that your students are learning with a worldview that you agree with when they're in class.
Take Classes on the Christian Faith
Throughout their time at a private Christian school, your children will take grade-appropriate classes on the Christian faith. These can include everything from the religion's history and theology, to how Christian beliefs interact with secular ideas. The combination can provide a solid grounding and an adept way to interact with others, as your children get older.
See Friends at Church
Most people who send their children to private Christian schools attend church, and many of the people who send their children to the same Christian school attend the same church. Going to a church that their friends also attend will ensure your children have fun at church, both on Sunday mornings and during other activities.
If you want your children to continue enjoying religious activities as they get older, having multiple fun and enjoyable encounters at church when your kids are student-aged is important.
Practice Faith at School
Most private Christian schools have chapel or a similar activity regularly. Whether daily, weekly, or monthly, the activity gives them a chance to practice their faith and its corresponding ceremonies more often than just every Sunday.
Not only do your children get to participate as members of the congregation, but there often also are opportunities to be more involved. Kids don't always have the same opportunities to participate on Sunday morning.
Keep Sundays Free
Most private Christian schools limit activities on Sunday, or schedule no activities at all. They might do this for theological reasons, or because they realize students' families are busy at church on this day of the week. Either way, you can trust that Sundays will be free of school activity obligations.
You might want Sundays free for theological reasons, or in order to participate more at church. Even if these aren't personally important to you, though, knowing that there aren't scheduled activities on Sunday allows you to schedule family outings. Take Sunday afternoons for a weekly hike, a regular board game, or other quality family time.
For more information about Christian education, contact a Christian school.