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kindergarten - eighth grade


-African Proverb

A Christian philosophy and approach permeate everything we do at Anastasis. In all interactions, we present students with a message of hope, love, and faith-in-action through Christ's teachings.

We start each morning with Metanoia, a community devotion time.

Each class at Anastasis is connected to a local non-profit. Once a month, students visit their non-profit. We want students to know that a living faith is followed by action. That they are contributing students NOW, not just someday in the future.

Our students are servant leaders who are guided by Biblical principles, consider the needs of others, demonstrate compassion, and acceptance, value relationships, story, collaboration, and take the initiative to influence positive change.

Anastasis students know who they are, and more importantly, WHOSE they are. This allows them to embrace the unique, capable, and amazing person they are empowered to change the world.

                            | Statement of Faith|

We strive to lead students in the act of Metanoia, the journey of one's heart, soul, mind, and spirit.  Biblical truth is embedded in our learning, interactions, and worldview. We present students with Christ's message of hope, love, and action. Our goal is to nurture children as they become followers of Jesus Christ, who through the fruits of the Spirit, learn how to connect and live moment by moment by faith in the Holy Spirit.

In light of our fundamental beliefs, we affirm the following:

  • God revealed in the Judeo-Christian sixty-six books of the Bible.

  • God is love.

  • Nothing can separate us from the love of God.

  • God's love endures forever.

  • Jesus Christ is Savior.


We hope to model for our students the commitment of a lifetime of seeking to understand, with the help of the Holy Spirit, what is written on the pages of the Bible. 

We seek to build the Kingdom here. Faith-in-action.

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