Our goal is to guide students in becoming life-long learners who are able to engage the world. Students are prepared academically and vocationally through a comprehensive curriculum that offers a variety of course options. The living curriculum concept is vital as students form values, beliefs, and habits.
Shalom Christian Academy athletics is an integral part of our mission of preparing each student for a life of consequence in this world for the kingdom of God. Athletics provide an opportunity to learn life lessons and develop character and skills that will help student athletes use their gifts and talents to honor God.
Elementary Principal Jaime Keller shares how Learn to Serve helps students prepare for a life of service. Focus on Service At Shalom Christian Academy, our desire is to ensure that all students in grades K-12 are involved in intentional acts of service as a part of our curriculum. Missions and service is the foundation […] Read More
Shalom Christian Academy BOOK FAIR starts Wednesday, March 1 through Monday, March 6! Students will be able to shop the Book Fair during regular library time on Wednesday, March 1 – Monday, March 6. Please feel free to come shop with your child. Families are invited to attend the Book Fair Family Event […] Read More
The Stottlemyer Family shares in their own words what it’s like to volunteer at Shalom – “Our family became aware of this amazing school after we felt a tug at our hearts to search for another alternative for our son, Nate, who was completing second grade in a public school. Friends from our church […] Read More
Please note : It’s too late for dessert theater reservations, but tickets for the regular performances are still available at the door for Thursday’s show at 7:00 pm or Saturday at 2:00 pm. Join us for Torn Curtain’s spring musical, Esther, a Shining Star, to be held Thursday, March 16th at 7:00 pm and Saturday, […] Read More
The Magners Family shares in their own words what it’s like to volunteer at Shalom – “Greetings from the Magners family – Don, Cindy, Michaela and Hannah. We have been part of the Shalom family since 2005 when our oldest daughter Michaela entered 1st grade. After looking at all the educational options in Franklin […] Read More
When she graduated from Shalom Christian Academy, Mrs. Roxanne Hoover knew she wanted to be a teacher. “The way my teachers cared about our souls as well as our education made me want to influence the next generation in the same way,” she said. The alumna now teaches her own students in middle and […] Read More