"A truly Christian education is possible only when Christian education underlies not a part, but all, of the curriculum of the school. True learning and true piety go hand in hand, and Christianity embraces the whole of life - those are great central convictions that underlie the Christian school." J. Gresham Machen
At Everett Christian School we emphasize Christ's sovereignty over all of creation, all subject areas and over all of life. Our teachers integrate a Christian world and life view into all subject areas with the ECS Distinctives. These are qualities and characteristics that we desire our students to develop as God is revealed to them in all things. They run throughout our daily curriculum and help provide meaning to the entire educational experience. Our ECS Distinctives link all subjects and topics together by connecting them to discipleship and are characteristics that guide our living. It is these characteristics that then help our students answer the question: How NOW shall I live?
Worshipping God is about celebrating who God is, what God has done, is doing and what He has created. Standing in awe and wonder of knowledge of Him and His promises.
As image bearers of a creative God, students will glorify and praise God by creating that which is beautiful and pleasing to Him. This offering of creativity is a joyful duty that students offer as a sacrifice of praise.
Working actively to heal brokenness and bring joy to individuals and to culture.
Finding harmony and order in God's creation.
Responding to God's call to be stewards of all creation.
Act as agents of change by identifying and responding to injustices.
Active pursuers and builders of communal shalom. Our classrooms are communities of grace where students walk and work together in a spirit of shalom.
Celebrating and discovering God's beautiful creation.
Understanding that when other things become more important to us than our relationship with God, they become idols. Students learn to identify, understand and discern the idols of our time and respond.
We are all image bearers of God; while we don't always act righteously and we don't always do things successfully, all humans are image reflectors.