Welcome to Knight's Nation
Highlight Academy of Education was established in 1979 by the members of Raven Assembly of God to meet the growing need of educational reform in America. The school opened in September, 1979, with an initial enrollment of 24 students.
Highlight Academy used the Accelerated Christian Education curriculum from 1979 to 2007. The transition was made to the A Beka curriculum beginning with the 2007 - 2008 school year.
The name was changed to Champions Academy in 2009.
Statement of Faith
We believe in the inspiration of the Bible, equally in all parts and without error in its origin.
We believe in the one true God, eternally existent in three persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
We believe in the pre-existence, incarnation, virgin birth, sinless life, miracles, substitutionary death, bodily resurrection, ascension to Heaven, and second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ.
We believe in the fall of man, the need of regeneration by the operation of the Holy Spirit on the basis of grace alone, and the resurrection of all--the believer to life eternal and the unbeliever to eternal punishment.
We believe in the spiritual relationship of all believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, living a life of righteous works, separated from the world, and witnessing of His saving grace through the ministry of the Holy Spirit.
Champions Academy is dedicated to inspiring children to lead Christ-centered lives. We support parents in their God-given responsibility of educating children by striving to provide quality spiritual, academic, personal, and social instruction in the light of God’s Word.
The mission of Champions Academy is one of preparing children to live a productive life for the Lord Jesus Christ. While most graduates of Champions Academy will choose to continue their education beyond high school, the focus of the curricular and instructional systems will be one of helping each child grow, both spiritually and academically from whatever level of spiritual and academic achievements he has reached. Admissions policies will reflect what the school is able to do for those children admitted.