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Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy is known in its community for consistently offering its students an academic environment that is Christ-centered teaching the importance of biblically-based values and morals that allow each student to impact their world.

Established in 1976, Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy was formed to provide an educational outreach ministry for Shenandoah Valley Baptist Church.

The academy opened with 53 students, from kindergarten through twelfth grades, and grew to 72 students by year end. In its first year of operation, five full-time faculty served this student base.

Since the first graduating class of one student in 1977 to the largest graduating of 45 students in 2004, SVCA has impacted over 425 alumni as they have left the halls of SVCA to serve God in today's world. Today, SVCA has become a second-generation school, as many of its alumni have enrolled their children into SVCA.

SVCA has been successful as a Christian school because its commitment to represent Christ in all that it does. This flows from the administration through the faculty and staff to the students and their families. Its continued success will rely on the constant recognition that SVCA is because God has allowed it.

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Vision Statement

SVCA Mission StatementShenandoah Valley Christian Academy seeks to educate students to love God with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength thus guiding them to embrace and live out God's will for their lives.

Mission Statement

Docs and SupportSVCA will conduct an academic and spiritual program nurtured in Biblical principle that daily opens the minds of students toward being successful in God's eyes. Each student will be challenged with a holistic Christian worldview through total integration of faith and learning in each program.


acts-logoAt Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy we strive toward academic excellence and spiritual growth. As such we are a proud member of the Association of Christian Teachers and Schools.