The Expected Student Outcomes of Young Americans Christian School are to cultivate students who will grow spiritually, academically, and socially.

Spiritually to

  • have a personal and lasting relationship with Jesus Christ
  • have and sustain a Christian worldview
  • filter morality through the word of God to instill a biblical framework of right and wrong
  • live out the Great Commission locally and globally
  • be proficient in the disciplines of prayer, biblical study, memorization of scripture, and remain connected to a fellowship of believers

Academically to

  • be academically prepared for the challenges of college and careers
  • have a desire for lifelong learning
  • be critical thinkers that will impact our society
  • articulate their thought’s in both written and verbal formats
  • know how to responsibly obtain resources to acquire, analyze, and synthesize information to make informed decisions

Socially to

  • value and embrace their Christian principles and their American inheritance
  • understand that all people are created in the image of God and should be treated with respect and dignity
  • be a servant leader within their communities
  • develop and foster a healthy self-image based upon Biblical principles
  • live in harmony within an ever-changing society in accordance with Biblical standards