Beliefs

The Marshall Academy Family Embodies the Following Principles:

  1. Student learning in a safe Christian environment is the chief priority for the school.
  2. Student learning needs should be the primary focus of any decision that impacts the work of the school.
  3. Students needs not only demonstrate their understanding of essential knowledge and skills but also to be activity involved in solving problems and producing quality work.
  4. Each student is a valued individual with unique physical, social, emotional and intellectual needs.
  5. Students need to apply their learning in meaning context.
  6. Curriculum and Instructional practices should incorporate a variety of learning activities to accommodate differences in learning styles.
  7. Students learn to make appropriate decisions when exposed to consistent strong Christian morals and when held to high standards of accountability.
  8. Schools need to function as a learning organization and promote opportunities for all those who have a stake in the success of the school to work together as a community of learners.
  9. Positive relationships and mutual respect among students and staff enhance a student’s self-esteem.
  10. Teachers, administrators, parents, and the community share the responsibility for advancing the school’s mission.
  11. Fostering academic excellence and lifelong learning and academic excellence taught through Christian principles and a college-prep curriculum.
  12. The commitment to continuous improvement is imperative if our school is going to enable students to become confident, self-directed, and lifelong learners.
  13. Students learn best when they have appropriate opportunities for success.

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