It is our desire that Covenant School forms its students to become persons with a love for learning, wisdom, and virtue, and sees students who live a life characterized by our portrait of the graduate. We believe that education is inherently formative and equips students to “be transformed by the renewal of one’s mind” (Rom 12:2). Our educational goal, therefore, is the renewal of the mind and not merely preparation for “success in college and careers” so that one might “compete successfully in a global economy.”
We believe that school is about more than job preparation or workforce training; rather, education equips one to answer questions about who we are, why we are here, and how to embody the traits of a virtuous, good, and Christian life well-lived. Covenant School believes that the best way to pursue this noble vision for our students is through a Classical and Christ-Centered education.