Uniforms encourage a sense of community, teamwork, belonging, and identity. We want your child to see they are part of something exciting, loving and worthy of respect.
Students are expected to dress in uniform whenever school is in session, and at any school events or field trips. Uniforms must be worn appropriately, and students are expected to maintain a tidy appearance. Parents are asked to monitor length and fit of school uniforms as students grow, and to make sure students are equipped with clothing that promotes full movement and comfort.
Find our page on the FRENCH TOAST website by clicking here! Equivalent styles from The Children's Place (or previously purchased from Lands' End) are also permitted. Browse the FRENCH TOAST list first to make sure purchases from The Children's Place are the same style.
Questions & Answers
As a school, we ask ourselves questions to shape our minds and hearts. These answers help our days to be full of wisdom, worship, and wonder.
We walk through the School Culture set each week together. The Math and Language Arts questions are asked during class time.
Here are answers to some of the most common questions parents want to know about MCS.
As a Great Books school, we choose books that grow children in wisdom and virtue. Here's what we will be reading this school year.
The handbook details expectations for teachers, students, and curriculum for the current school year.
Statement of Faith
Our Statement of Faith is foundational to all we teach and do. We believe doctrine (what be believe about God) is essential to to our instruction, discipleship, and purposes. It affects every aspect of our school.
Mineral Christian School's Mission
To provide an excellent education, rooted in a biblical worldview;
Deuteronomy 6:5, 11:19; Ephesians 6:4; Proverbs 22:6
To nurture the formation of each person’s identity as God’s creation, in a secure and loving Christian environment;
Luke 10:27, Psalm 139:13-14
To equip students with knowledge and understanding of that which is true and excellent, and the tools to share their gifts, talents, and knowledge with others;
Proverbs 1:7, 2:6-7, 2:10-12, 9:10; Philippians 4:8
To challenge students to live purposefully, with wisdom and discernment, according to Biblical principles and values, for the glory of God and in service to others.
Colossians 3:23, II Timothy 3:16-17, Titus 3:5-8, Matthew 21:19-22