About

Overview

Our Mission

Mount Pisgah Christian School provides an outstanding college preparatory education grounded in Christian faith and values.

Our Guiding Principles

Faith
Relationships
Curiosity
Engagement 
Achievement

Our Vision

To teach foundational truth in an ever-changing world, empowering students to think critically and creatively and to act with courage and compassion.

We Are Educating With Intention

List of 4 items.

  • Mission

    Mount Pisgah Christian School provides an outstanding college-preparatory education grounded in Christian faith and values.
  • Vision

    To teach foundational truth in an ever-changing world, empowering students to think critically and creatively and to act with courage and compassion.
  • Values

    • Serving Others
    • Educating with Intention
    • Investing in Relationships
    • Seeking Excellence
    • Leading with Accountability
    • Stewarding God’s Resources
  • Guiding Principles

    • Faith
    • Curiosity
    • Relationships
    • Achievement
    • Engagement

More Details About Mount Pisgah

  • Personalizing student-centered learning through innovative MAP® Growth™ Assessment in Middle & Lower School
  • Student-led chapel each week in Middle and Upper School
  • Investing in Faculty & Staff through professional development
  • A top-choice school for International Students and have one of the most comprehensive programs in the area
  • Investing in students' physical well-being through 46 Athletic teams,
  • P.E., Health and nutritional dining programs
  • Inspiring creative minds through Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Digital Arts and Cinematic Arts
  • Offering Tailored Tuition annually, meeting every family where they are financially
  • A family, with relationships and a sense of belonging at the heart of the Pisgah experience

We Are Pisgah

Student & Teacher Profiles

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  • Student Profile

    The Mount Pisgah Graduate:
     
    • Knows and is inspired by the Good News of Jesus Christ.
    • Values and builds authentic relationships that bring meaning to life, and that strengthen family and community.
    • Achieves a balanced life grounded in spiritual, emotional and physical health.
    • Solves personal and real-world challenges through creative thought, self-advocacy, perseverance and resilience.
    • Understands and cultivates unique gifts and talents and has the courage to act on convictions.
    • Thinks and communicates with clarity and purpose.
    • Collaborates to accomplish goals, solve problems and resolve conflict.
    • Respects the dignity of every individual through responsible and empathetic communications and actions.
    • Makes a difference in the community and in the wider world, by working for justice, promoting peace and protecting God’s creation.
  • Teacher Profile

    The Ideal Mount Pisgah Christian School Teacher:
     
    • Knows and is inspired by the Good News of Jesus Christ, trusts in Him alone for salvation through faith and shares testimony, as opportunities arise, with students, families and colleagues (Ephesians 2:8-9; Matthew 28:16-20).
    • Embraces the School’s mission statement and demonstrates a steadfast commitment to excellence and professionalism as an educator serving God’s children.
    • Aspires to model Christ-like principles of behavior in all endeavors and relationships.
    • Builds authentic, positive relationships and enthusiastically and eagerly takes part in the life of the school community.
    • Communicates proactively with parents and works alongside them as partners in the education of their child.
    • Strives to grow continuously in one’s academic discipline and stays abreast of curricular and pedagogical trends and research-based findings that advance teaching and learning.
    • Is driven to see students grow to understand and apply concepts, with the overarching goal to transform them through providing a dynamic classroom experience.
    • Offers differentiated instruction to serve students of varying abilities.
    • Engages in self-reflection on innovative teaching practice, and gathers input and feedback on his or her teaching from mentors, colleagues and students.
    • Mentors and seeks mentoring from colleagues in order to build a collaborative, cohesive and supportive community of learners.
    • Makes a difference in the school community and wider world, by working for peace and justice and protecting God’s creation.
    • Is meaningfully and enthusiastically involved in the life of the school community beyond serving in the classroom.
    • Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy—meditate on these things.  Philippians 4:8