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Last updateThu, 03 Apr 2014 10am

Located On Lake Norman


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Support SouthLake

SouthLake Christian Academy is fortunate to have generous gifts and partners from our school and community who share our vision and philosophy. God's has richly blessed the schools efforts and we are fortunate to have a generous community of loyal supporters. Each year the school receives financial gifts from trustees, current and former parents and grandparents, alumni, corporations, philanthropists, and foundations. Due to this ongoing commitment, we continue to build to our 19 plus acre campus, add new facilities while strengthening and expanding our academic, arts and athletic programs. Thank you for your continued support at SouthLake Christian Academy.

SouthLake remains committed to providing need based funds to those families who demonstrate need in order for their children to take advantage of a SouthLake education and experience.The SouthLake community seeks to be a unique educational community where the socio-economic and ethnic barriers of the world are being overcome through Jesus Christ. To read more about how the school's view on financial aid expresses the heart of our mission, please see the financial aid section under Admissions.

Through cash gifts, pledges, and stock transfers to in-kind donations and bequests, every gift received is an investment that will shape the lives of young people now and for generations to come!

"...We are taking every thought captive to the obedience of Christ." II Corinthians 10:5

"The Mission of SouthLake Christian Academy is twofold. The first is to assist the Christian family by providing an education marked by a biblical worldview, academic excellence and affordability so that students are equipped to be salt and light for God's glory. The second is evangelical in scope, to present God's Word and biblical worldview daily to non-believers with the promise of God's redemptive plan, to be a force and voice for Jesus Christ that will resonate throughout non-believing families."