The mission of Solid Rock Community School is to honor the uniqueness of its students by trusting their natural, God-given abilities, respecting them as individuals, and providing them with educational opportunities in which equal status is given to all pursuits. We provide a learning environment that challenges every student’s intellectual potential, nurtures their personal development, equips them to pursue their goals, inspires them to think critically, and encourages them to be responsible, involved citizens.
The emphasis of the school is on individualized whole-child development, and SRCS is dedicated to providing a challenging educational program that meets our students’ academic, social, physical, and emotional needs. The schools two motto’s- “Experience the Solid Rock Difference” and “Educating Out of the Box” refer to the uniqueness of our educational program, which is quickly noted and experienced by all who attend.
Love Lives Here
Solid Rock Community School is a private not-for-profit interdenominational school that is not affiliated with any particular denomination. Without denominational distinctions we are able to focus on topics that are relevant and agreeable to the majority of people- topics such as love, compassion, kindness, honesty, manners, self-discipline, self-control, and integrity with the goal of raising our students to be people of good Godly character. We provide a firm foundation, not only for success in school, but for success in a very challenging world. We celebrate the differences of individuals and families focusing on love, compassion, understanding and faith- mirroring the diversity in God’s Kingdom.
Solid Rock Community School offers a strong sense of acceptance and community. Students learn the importance of respect for themselves, respect for each other and respect for nature and the planet that surrounds them. We encourage, challenge and inspire each student to learn, develop in character, and think critically. Our objective is for students to become thinkers, leaders and collaborators who can contribute to the greater good of society and be good stewards of the world in which they live.