Can you tell me more about RMCA’s spiritual commitment to your learning community?

Rocky Mountain Christian Academy is preeminently a Christ-centered school. We acknowledge the sovereignty of God, the authority of the Word of God, the Lordship of Jesus Christ, and the power of the Holy Spirit in all of life. We do not divide life or education into spiritual and secular compartments, but rather acknowledge that all truth is God’s truth and all learning is an effort to relate to God, self, others, and the created world. We value each student as created by God, with gifts to be strengthened, weaknesses to be overcome, and responsibilities to be carried out. We respect the authority that God has given to parents and teachers, calling them to partner in the training and nurture of children. We recognize that God, likewise, calls students to submit to the loving mentors that God has provided and to prepare for service and adventure.

With this in mind, RMCA students and teachers (parents are also invited!) assemble each morning to worship God through prayer and praise. Students study the Bible daily, not merely as an academic discipline, but to experience how this holy mystery —God with man — is revealed in the Old and New Testaments. In addition, middle school Chapel, grammar school Convocare and reflective Scripture reading are part of our weekly routine.

The employees of RMCA hail from diverse Christian backgrounds. However, they share a common commitment to Jesus Christ and the central teachings of the New Testament. All staff affirm the Nicene Creed and RMCA’s Code of Personal Conduct.

RMCA complements the work of the family and the church, helping to establish the critical link between learning and faith. It prepares students for responsible, insightful, and creative participation in society.



  • Christ-centered education
  • Founded in 1998
  • 200 students in preschool through 8th grade
  • Typical class size: Preschool and Pre-kindergarten, 12-18 students; Elementary, 12-16 students; Middle School, 10-17 students