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.
Mintz Christian Academy
Created by God to be used by God.
2741 Mintz Road, Roseboro, NC 28382
As Christians we serve an Almighty, Sovereign God who loves each of us and gives hope for the future. The majesty of our God is seen in all His creation. In His creation of man, He exhibits that love, and hope and a uniqueness that awards each individual special gift of personality, intellect, physical ability and individual talents. MCA provides an educational environment to nurture these God-given gifts and abilities. ALL MCA staff members are born again who can impart God’s message to each individual, but they will also be certified as professionals in the teaching profession. As our staff members provide quality spiritual and academic guidance, we will expect our students to always strive for academic excellence." As each individual is educated, MCA purposes to build on the God-given talents and gifts of the individual. Despite these wonderful gifts, man is born as a sinner and in need of Jesus as his Savior. Ultimately, our goal at MCA is to lead our students into a saving knowledge of God that will lead to a transforming of their minds each day in conformity to Scripture. The motto of MCA is “created by God to be used by God”. Therefore, the goal in pursuing Christian education for our students is that they mature in their personal relationship with Christ, equipped with Christian values and skills that they will utilize as Christian leaders. It is our desire that they seek wisdom rather than scholarship, character rather that career, and service rather than self. It is our goal to achieve academic excellence in a Christian environment. This will be achieved through the use and development of language skills, continuous exposure to new information, and the development of the mind through problem-solving situations as they work through a challenging educational curriculum. Hard work is expected by all who participate in this process: faculty, parents and students.
1. Authentic Faith: putting your total trust in God - Proverbs 3:5-6
2. Spiritual Discipline: seeing with God’s eyes - Romans 12:2
3. Moral Boundaries: paving the way to purity/intimacy - I Thessalonians 4:3-8
4. Healthy Friendships: choosing friends for life - Psalm 133:1
5. Wise Choices: walking wisely in an unsaved world - Ephesians 5:15-17
6. Ultimate authority: finding freedom under God - Romans 13:1-2
7. Others first: considering others before yourself - Philippians 2:3-11