RFA Philosophy of Education

As a Christian school, Royal Family Academy has two distinct educational approaches that are interwoven to form an educational philosophy. While academic excellence is important, spiritual formation is what distinguishes the mission of our school from secular schools.
We believe the Bible to be the inspired and only infallible, authoritative word of God through which every aspect of reality should be taught. We believe that there is one God, eternally existent in three Persons: Father, Son, Holy Spirit, and the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ.
We believe that our pupils and students are God’s special gifts to humanity, and we are called as His stewards to nurture them into instruments of reconciliation and healing in our society as well as wherever God leads. Our specialized and unique kind of education is designed to develop the spirit, mind, and body of young people in preparation for adult life in a dynamic world.

Expected Students Outcomes

It is our goal to graduate young adults thoroughly prepared in 4 developmental areas:

Intellectual Development

Students who –

  1. are versatile in sciences, arts, humanities, information technology and languages.
  2. are proficient in communication, critical thinking, collaboration and creativity.
  3. understand the Word of God and the appropriate interpretation of it.
  4. possess the ability to identify and solve contemporary problems using innovative ideas.
  5. have acquired the necessary academic requirements to pursue tertiary education in their

Spiritual Development

Students who are disciples of Jesus Christ and are

  1. Committed to a personal relationship with God.
  2. Possess apologetic skills to defend their faith.
  3. Uphold biblical standards in their choices and decisions.
  4. Filled with the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues and demonstration of the fruit of the spirit.
  5. Possess spiritual disciplines like prayer, fasting, personal devotion, evangelism, and commitment to fellowship with the body of Christ.

Physical Development

Students who are committed to a healthy lifestyle as evidenced by –

  1. Proper hygiene and grooming.
  2. Adequate rest, exercise, and constructive use of leisure and balanced nutrition.
  3. Respect and care for their bodies as the temple of the Holy Spirit through abstinence from sexual immorality and other acts that dishonour God.

Social Development

Students who –

  1. Possess leadership skills demonstrated by stewardship, a heart of service, and a willingness to take up responsibilities.
  2. Are emotionally intelligent and culturally sensitive.

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