ECA offers a challenging, college-preparatory curriculum in an American-based system. Students at ECA study Bible each year, and a Christian worldview is integrated into every aspect of the curriculum.

ECA has four core values, which are the foundation for all our interactions, classes, and extra-curricular activities.


We desire to reflect Christ in our everyday lives, in our classrooms, and in our instruction.

Biblically based

From classes to courses to chapel, our foundation and truth are centered in the Bible, God’s Word.

Academically excellent

As an educational institution, we are committed to preparing students for life and further endeavors by providing well rounded course offerings taught by qualified teachers who instill a love for learning.


As part of our service to God, we want to serve others in our school, in our community, and in the whole world.

Student outcomes

Our goal at Evangelical Christian Academy is that all students reach the following student outcomes by the time they graduate from ECA. These are based around ECA’s four core values.

A student graduating from ECA…

…is Christ-centered

  • Trusts in Jesus as his/her only means for salvation and lives in genuine relationship with Him.
  • Sees his/her own identity and worth as an image-bearer of God.
  • Values all human beings (regardless of differences) and treats them as fellow image bearers with love and respect.
  • Demonstrates Christ-like character, attitude, and behavior.

…is biblically based

  • Bases his/her standards of virtue, ethics, and morals on God’s Word.
  • Memorizes key portions of Scripture.
  • Is able to share and defend his/her beliefs in a logical and well-articulated manner.
  • Evaluates knowledge, information, truth, and life through the grid of a biblical worldview.

…is academically excellent

  • Practices and applies intellectual virtues, such as curiosity, tenacity, courage, humility, carefulness, fair-mindedness and honesty.
  • Demonstrates proficiency in the academic disciplines and communicates clearly and effectively, both in oral and written forms.
  • Thinks critically and creatively and engages in problem-solving.
  • Initiates or pursues ongoing learning opportunities for development of knowledge, wisdom, and skills.

…is service-driven

  • Interacts compassionately with people of varied cultural, religious, and economic backgrounds.
  • Seeks opportunities to serve God and others both inside and outside of school.
  • Puts the needs of others ahead of him/herself.
  • Works well with people and can collaborate successfully, demonstrating God’s grace in their dealings with others.