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Discipleship extends beyond the mere impartation of academic knowledge; it encompasses the holistic development of students in alignment with Christian values and doctrines. Discipleship in such a setting is not merely an educational strategy but a core mission that infuses every aspect of the school's operation, from curriculum design to extracurricular activities, fostering an environment where students are encouraged and equipped to grow both intellectually and spiritually.

At the heart of discipleship at SouthLake Christian is the commitment to modeling and teaching students how to live according to the teachings of Jesus Christ. This involves not only instructing students in biblical knowledge but also integrating Christian principles into every subject taught, whether mathematics, science, or humanities. The goal is to help students understand and apply Christian ethics in all areas of life, preparing them to be thoughtful, compassionate, and morally upright individuals who can positively impact society.

Discipleship emphasizes the importance of personal spiritual growth. Through daily devotions, prayer meetings, worship services, and Bible study groups, students are given opportunities to deepen their faith and relationship with God. These spiritual disciplines are integral to helping students develop a robust personal faith that informs their decisions and actions, both inside and outside the classroom.

Discipleship is about more than academic achievement; it's about shaping young minds and hearts to love God, love others, and make a difference in the world according to Christian principles. By intertwining education with spiritual formation, these schools play a vital role in preparing the next generation of Christian leaders who are well-equipped to navigate the challenges of life with faith, integrity, and a sense of purpose.

SouthLake Christian aims to fulfill its mission to educate and disciple students while pursuing three main objectives.

1. Relationships

We desire that SLCA students have a growing and vibrant relationship with Christ, as well as a caring relationship with their parents, teachers, and peers. These proper and authentic relationships aid and assist students in making right choices during their journey through the school years and throughout life in general.

2. Worldview

We desire that SLCA students develop a worldview that enables them to think Christianly, sifting all decisions through the grid of Scripture, thus inspiring the formation of inner convictions and values.

3. Objectives

We desire that SLCA students develop a genuine and heartfelt attitude of service that results in living for God and living for others, realizing that the ultimate goal of God’s grace is conformity to the image of Christ.