The spiritual objective of Kingdom Preparatory Academy is to provide its students, parents, and staff with a Christian environment that is conducive to the Christian growth and maturity of each. Parents, staff, and school board members must, therefore, be in agreement with the school’s statement of faith and with its position as a non-denominational school.
Protestant Non-Denominational Position
Kingdom Preparatory Academy’s Statement of Faith is fundamental to basic Protestant Christian tenets and contains those doctrines to which we unreservedly adhere and teach. Therefore, groups who do not hold to those (i.e. Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Muslims, Scientologists, Buddhists, etc.) will not be allowed entrance due to opposition to these basic doctrines. It is our desire to maintain this position and to do so in all fairness to each family. In honoring this desire concerning the outreach of this ministry, there shall be no attempt made by parents, students, staff, or school board members to promote or disparage any doctrinal or denominational beliefs, practices, or positions regarding issues upon which the ministry itself has assumed no official stance. We desire to remain united in the salvation and love of Christ, avoiding the dissension that may be caused by denominational distinctives. It is necessary, therefore, that parents, students, staff, administration, ministry board and board of trustees recognize that the following areas are to be left to the teaching of home and church:
- Church government authority
- Time and mode of baptism
- Security of the believer
- Timing of future events
- Second work of grace – baptism of the Holy Spirit
- Sinless perfection
- Gift of the Spirit – tongues, interpretation of tongues, healing, miracle working, discerning of spirits
- Personal life issues/circumstances that are inappropriate for the classroom.
Entrance Requirements of Kingdom Preparatory Academy exist for the Christian discipleship and education of children. In order to excel in these endeavors, Christian unity within the body, the school, is a requirement. Therefore, families applying for admission must be like-minded in regards to the practice and acceptance of the KPA Statement of Faith.