Pacific Point

About Us

Vision & Misson Statement


Pacific Point Christian Schools will provide an opportunity for all youth in the South County to receive a quality education preschool through twelfth grade that enable then to reach their full God-given potential as agents of change in their community and the world.


To be gospel-centered and mission-focused in educating, nurturing and preparing students' minds and hearts for use in God's kingdom.

Goals & Spirtual Objectives

  1. To teach the necessity of being born again of the Spirit of God by receiving Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior  (John 3:16)

  2. To teach that growth in the Christian life depends upon fellowship with God through Bible study, Christian fellowship, and prayer. (Acts 2:42)

  3. To devote time to spiritual devotion and study. Bible lessons, stories and songs are included in the daily activities.  (Psalm 119:45)

  4. To make Christ known to those around us (friends, family, etc.), by training students to live and share  the abundant  Christian life, and by  providing an  academically superior  program that will enable  students to excel in  whatever  occupation  and sphere of influence they choose.

  5. To maintain open communication with parents and to offer direct  instruction, assistance and resources as they fulfill their responsibility for the overall education of their children.

  6. To emphasize basic academic skills, technology, literacy, communication and interpersonal skills that will enable students to excel in whatever occupation and sphere of influence to which the Lord calls them.

Since God has not restricted the ministry of His church to people of any one race, color, national  or  ethnic  origin  and it  is the  desire of  Pacific Point Christian Schools  to share the  gospel  of  Jesus   with all people. Pacific Point Christian Schools (Pac Point) admits students of any race, color and national origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to students in the school.  It does not discriminate on the bases of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, financial aid, or in any other school administered program.