3761 Old Mintz Highway
Roseboro, NC 28382
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See the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David has triumphed. Revelation 5:5
If you are reading this then you are interested in Kingdom education for your child. Mintz Christian Academy is excited to follow in obedience to God's call in starting this school. Kingdom education is teaching and nurturing children to know Jesus as their Savior and then encourage them to grow in that knowledge relating it to every aspect of their lives.
At Mintz Christian Academy, we believe the parents have been commissioned by God with the responsibility of raising their children. As parents you have worked diligently to make a positive impact on your child's development, spiritually and intellectually. Although others outside your home have tried to impact your child's views and values, your primary partner has been your church.
Now that he/she is ready for school you find yourself again seeking a partner who
will hold your same goals of a Christ-
Mintz Christian Academy may be the perfect match for your family because we will come along side you and develop within your child the necessary skills to grow his/her relationship with Christ, develop an academic foundation, and be able to walk victoriously as adults.
We are looking forward to a great start in this new school year. It is so exciting to be involved in God's work and the opportunity to work with each of our parents and students is a blessing. It is our desire that MCA be a place that will develop the love of Christ in all our students that they will know they are “created by God to be used by God.” Thank you for allowing us to be part of your family this year. It is our prayer that God will knit us together in fellowship as we continue to grow in understanding the majesty of our God and King.
Principal Mintz Christian Academy
MCA admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all of its privileges, programs, and activities generally made available to its students, and does not discriminate in the administering of those programs, activities and policies.