While we work toward academic mastery with every student, we also work towards a balance of student life, spiritual life, and service. How do we do this? We strive to incorporate an integration of Biblical truth as we teach all subjects, provide daily Bible classes, weekly school chapels, community outreaches, and offer our ASB Chaplain program.
Biblical principles are integrated into each course at Christian Faith School. We are dedicated to assisting our students in developing a Christian worldview, enabling them to see life from a Christian perspective.
Daily Bible Classes
All of our students participate in daily Bible classes. We begin our day with prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag, the Christian Flag, and The Holy Bible. Our preschool and elementary classes spend time in worship and praise to God for the great day ahead of them.
Preschool - 12th grade students participate in weekly chapels. The spiritual training and development of our students is an important and integral part of Christian Faith School. Our school chapels lay a strong spiritual foundation, include awesome praise and worship, and provide an excellent atmosphere for fellowship and training in the word of God.
ASB Chaplain Program
Each year a student applies and is granted the opportunity to be the student chaplain. The duties of this individual are as follows:
Community Outreaches, Missions, and More!
CFS students are involved in the community which gives them the unique opportunity to observe the world from a Christian perspective and apply their training to be a disciple of Jesus Christ.
Partnered with Free The Children, Christian Faith School has raised funds to send many families in Haiti one goat, which sustains them financially, provides them food for at least one year, and gives parents the ability to send their children to school.
CFS Honor Society partners with Corners of Love, a Maple
Valley non-profit that ministers to the less fortunate in Nicaragua. The students donate clothes and shoes to the organization.
JH & HS students can choose one of many areas to serve in our community: local food banks, retirement homes, treatment centers, or the local Dream Center.
LA Dream Center:
Our Seniors travel to the LA Dream Center for a week of serving the people of Los Angeles. They take food and supplies to low income families and the homeless on skid row. Our seniors help in the campus clothing store and serve in the campus kitchen and food bank which serves thousands of people weekly.