What If ...
What if your child's education and discipleship reflected a godly home environment where your child was known, loved, and challenged? What if the school's mission aligned with your family's values? We encourage all prospective parents to discover the possibilities for your child's education at Rockbridge Academy.
How Do We Educate Hearts and Minds?
At Rockbridge Academy, we take a deliberate approach to helping our students see Christ ruling over every thought, every subject, every historical moment, this moment we are living in. This is a responsibility that we don't take lightly and something we cannot do alone.
By God's grace, the support of an all-Christian faculty who prays together each day for one another and for our students helps keep our eyes set on Christ. We acknowledge our dependence on Christ and make an effort to point our students to Him daily.
Classical. Christian. Community.
Rockbridge Academy exists to be a transformative learning community, graduating young men and women as thinking, compassionate, and intentional disciples of Jesus Christ.
Our mission is to partner with parents in a distinctively classical and unwaveringly Christian education for their children, encouraging the pursuit of goodness, truth, and beauty in all of life.
The best way to experience what Rockbridge Academy offers is to see classical Christian education in action. We want to show you what Rockbridge Academy has to offer your family. We welcome you to join us and grow with us—a community with a common heart to grow our children in the ways of the Lord.
Getting To Know Your Family
Now is a great time to learn whether Rockbridge Academy is the right choice for your family.
When you inquire, a member of our admissions team will reach out to you to inquire about your family’s story, listen to your needs for educating your children, and answer any questions you might have. We look forward to bringing you into the classroom to see our school in action soon.
We are here to serve you in the admissions process. Let us know how we can help.
OUR BLOG: Why Do We Read Hard Books?
In a previous article, I argued that we should not really have a problem reading hard books. That, “it is hard” is not a fit excuse to avoid it; in fact, the very labor, by strengthening the mind, makes us more fit to read, absorb, and love harder and even greater books, most especially the Word of God.
I wanted to address one other word in the question, though: the word “we.”
Why do we read hard books? Read the full blog here.