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Head Teacher's Welcome

Mrs. Jackson started Youngsville Christian School in 2006. She wanted to provide a Christian school in the greater Youngsville area with small class sizes and to educate children both spiritually and academically. She has been in education for over 17 years, has a Master's in Education, and is certified K-8. She has received extensive training in all subjects and much of the training involved effective interventions for students with modifications. At YCS we believe all children can learn and given an opportunity can make a huge impact in our community!

Daina Jackson, M.Ed., Admin.

YCS Philosophy, Mission, & Goals

Youngsville Christian School has a Christian philosophy of education, and its practices and methods emanate from this. Our mission is to provide a Christian education by nurturing a child both spiritually and academically. This philosophy of Christian education guides the faculty to teach in harmony with the Word of God. The result is the integration of Biblical principles and the highest academic standards throughout the student’s endeavors at this school.

This philosophy dictates that we cooperate closely with parents in every phase of the student’s development, always offering assistance in understanding the purpose of YCS.
Certain objectives are established in order to implement this philosophy and achieve these goals:

  1. To teach that the Bible is the inspired and the only infallible authoritative Word of God, thus developing attitudes of love and respect toward it (II Timothy 3:15-17; II Peter 1:20-21).

  2. To teach the basic doctrines of the Bible (Titus 2:1).

  3. To provide opportunities for the students to confess Christ as Savior and Lord (Romans 10:9,10).

  4. To teach biblical character qualities and provide opportunities for the students to demonstrate these qualities (I Samuel 16:7; Galatians 5:22, 23).

  5. To teach the student to know and obey the will of God as revealed in the Scriptures, thus equipping the student to carry out God’s will daily. (Rom. 12:1,2; II Tim 2:15; Deut. 26 16,17).

  6. To teach the student how to develop the mind of Christ towards godliness (Philippians 2:5; I Timothy 4:7).

  7. To impart an understanding of each Christian’s place in the Body of Christ, and its worldwide mission, providing opportunities for the student’s involvement in this task. (Eph. 4:12; I Cor. 12:1-31; Matt. 28:19,20).

  8. To encourage the student to develop self-discipline and responsibility from God’s perspective. ( I Timothy 4:7; I Corinthians 9:24-27).

  9. To teach the student to hide God’s Word in his heart through memorization and meditation (Psalms 119:11; Psalms 1:103).

  10. To help the student develop his identity in Christ as a unique individual created in the image of God and to attain his fullest potential (Psalm 139:13-16).

  11. To teach the student to treat everyone with love and respect as unique individuals created in God’s image (Philippians 2:1-4; Ephesians5: 21).

  12. To teach the student how to become a contributing member of his society by realizing his need to serve others. (Galatians 5:13; Romans 2:10).

  13. To teach the student how to study God’s Word (II Timothy 2:15).

  14. To help the student develop his self-image as a unique individual created in the image of God and to attain his fullest potential (Ps 139:13-16).

  15. To teach the student to understand and use the fundamental processes in communicating and dealing with others (such as reading, writing, speaking, listening, and mathematics) (II Corinthians 5:20). 

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