Our Faith

Faith is an important part of Northwest Heritage Academy. Everything we do is driven by our desire to love the students by serving them like Jesus modeled in the New Testament. We take the responsibility to develop Godly character in our student's very seriously and do our best to model it through our actions, words, and programs.

The Great Commandment to love God, others, and ourselves is our cornerstone.

Our mission is to create a loving and caring environment for students of every learning ability and to ensure that each child feels valued. We are here to facilitate learning on all levels and to walk alongside parents in teaching and instructing students both academically and spiritually.

Our Vision is to inspire, challenge and empower students to become all that they can be, spiritually, emotionally, socially and academically. Our goal is to equip students with faith, knowledge and wisdom to advance the Kingdom of God through the vocations and avocations for which they are called. Our goal is to graduate young adults who can think critically and who are able to discern right from wrong. We believe this world needs shakers and thinkers and doers. Children enter our doors as students and walk out as leaders. Our students are inspired, challenged and empowered to make a difference in their generation.

We offer a faith-based Christian curriculum to every student. We believe that the policies and procedures that govern the school need to be consistent with the teachings of the Bible. We believe that the Bible has the answers to all of life's questions and to that end we teach our students how to walk uprightly and how best to "present themselves to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the Word of Truth."  2 Timothy 2:15

Religious Affiliation 

We are not a religious organization nor are we affiliated with any specific denomination. Our staff represents many different Christian walks and perspectives and includes current and former pastors.

"In Essentials Unity, In Non-Essentials Liberty, In All Things Charity"

- Rupertus Meldenius