8:00am – 3:30pm
8:30am - 3:00pm
Monday - Friday
Ph: (210) 706-0093
Tabernacle Christian Academy provides a Biblical-based education. The Bible is the basis for the school’s educational philosophy, methodology and character building. We consider the Academy an extension of the home, where we are a training institution that supplements parental training. Due to modern lifestyle of the world today our children have fallen in being part of the statistics of high school dropouts. Ninety-three students per hour of a school day drop-out of Texas public schools.
Eighty-seven districts in Texas including four in San Antonio are being rated Academically Unacceptable by the Texas Education Agency. Teen pregnancy has risen to 83.1 births per thousand in which 36.3% end in abortion. Our society has lost the value of Life; a gift of God. Child abuse has hit an exaggerated rate, reporting 275 children killed in the last fiscal year. Ninety-three percent of these children were abused by their families. This only encourages our children into gangs our simply to get emancipated.
Children with no parental control only lead to a cycle of ungodliness. We need to stand in the Gap and break this cycle. Our goal is to inspire each child to become an outstanding person using Christ as the perfect Example, seeking God’s will and honoring His name.
To better equip each child spiritually and academically to face a complex world.
To develop self-discipline and be responsible for their actions. (Romans 14:12)
To motivate a child to be confident. (Philippians 4:13)
To encourage a child in being submissive and humble. (Hebrews 13:17 & I Peter 5:5-6)
To learn to be honest and fair. (II Corinthians 8:21 & Mathew 7:12)
To teach a child to be punctual by showing respect for God’s timing. (Ecclesiastes 3:1)
To be resourceful and flexible in all aspects. (I Thessalonians 4:11 & Colossians 3:2)
To instill the desire of forgiveness and merciful. (Colossians 3:13 & Luke 6:36)
To encourage each child to be optimistic and perseverant. (Romans 8:25 & Galatians 6:9)
To be faithful and loyal to the Word of God. (I Corinthians 4:2 & John 15:13)
To have discernment. (Ezekiel 44:23)
To be committed, consistent and cooperative. (Psalm 37:5; I Corinthians 15:58 & Psalm 133:1)
To have compassion and consideration for others. (I Peter 3:8 & Philippians 2:4)
To develop courage. (Deuteronomy 31:6)
To be gentle, kind and peaceful. (II Timothy 2:24; Ephesians 4:32 & John 16:13)
To show respect at all times. (I Thessalonians 5:12-13)
To learn to be patient. (Hebrews 12:1)
To be sincere and truthful. (Joshua 24:14 & Ephesians 4:25)
To have tolerance. (Romans 14:13)
To be diligent and efficient. (Colossians 3:23 & Ephesians 5:16)
Always be joyful. (Ephesians 4:32)