Seeking a revolution
in the realm of education.
What if every student was considered for their unique path given to them to walk in? What if the school system was able to provide spiritual advantages to the education process? What if each student was allowed the freedom to grow into their unique direction and vocation? What if each student was afforded the opportunity to learn to have vision and allow that to shape their understanding of how to responsibly handle increasing levels of freedom?
If God created each one of us with a specific academic/vocational purpose and has sent His Holy Spirit to help us, what would happen if the anointing was permitted to have expression in the educational process? These are just some of the questions that have directed the culture and administration of Triumphant Life Christian Academy in our quest to be true to God’s purposes for the school.
Beginning with anointed teachers who are called of God to teach, each classroom is a divine experiment where students are permitted the opportunity to cultivate curiosities in addition to building excellence in academic disciplines.
Jesus said that Christians are the light of the world. We believe children should be prepared to be an influence in their communities and vocations. We believe our children are sent by God into their fields of calling and are meant to bring heaven’s answers to earthly problems. At TLCA, children learn to become ambassadors of Christ, representing God’s promises and His brilliance in their work. Leadership at TLCA is developed through creative/entrepreneurial-type perspectives for their career and depth of character from their walk with God.
Find Your Purpose
We believe people are created by God with unique skills, and they are meant to contribute these unique skills throughout their lifetime. We strive to provide a creative learning environment where children may explore their God-given talents and refine them for their individual destiny. Students will learn to progress into a vibrant adulthood as they acquire the skills they need to live out their most fulfilling purpose.
We believe that education should be approached with consideration from a holistic standpoint, to include time for other pursuits other than school. Jon Amos Comenius believed homework is apt to be poorly done, leaving little educational value, but robbing from time that could be better spent with parents and other activities when away from school.