Wake Christian Academy’s Spiritual Life program encompasses every aspect of life at school. From academic coursework and Bible instruction to extracurricular activities and worship, our students are inspired and challenged every day to seek a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and to encourage their peers to do the same.
Students attend daily Bible classes as part of our academic curriculum, while chapel services serve as an integral part of the week. Middle and high school students have opportunity to participate-in and lead praise and worship, guest speakers motivate students in their spiritual walk, and topical series help students focus on key aspects of their spiritual growth.
Missions and Christian service are prominent in our students’ lives – they are as much a part of student life as academics. Every student, each year, volunteers in our community. Service extends throughout the school year, and high school Christian service hours are required outside of school as well.
Our Bible curriculum, chapel service, and missions initiatives and their most instructive expression within the core and elective classrooms is where students learn to think about and see the entire world with the mind and eyes of Christ.
If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit (Galatians 5:25).
It takes more than an occasional Bible study to create a true Christian education – it takes a commitment to discipleship and a Christ-centered campus life. To find out more about how WCA keeps Christ first and foremost in everything we do, contact us today. Call our Director of Advancement, Dawn Currin, at 919-772-6264 (ext. 277) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.