Kyiv Christian Academy exists to help fulfill the Great Commission by partnering with missionary families to offer a quality education in the English language within the framework of a Biblical worldview.
Located in Ukraine, Kyiv Christian Academy is a private interdenominational Christian school which was founded in 1993 to provide students with an excellent academic experience based upon solid Christian principles. It is a K-12 international school in Kyiv, Ukraine. There are 120 students enrolled in grades K-12.
The students are primarily from missionary families representing many different organizations, denominations, and countries.
Our faculty is composed of teachers from the U.S. and Ukraine. Our academic program is challenging, reflected in an average ACT score of 26.5 by our last 3 senior classes (U.S. average was 20.3 in 2014). Our graduates have been accepted into many excellent universities, including Yale, Georgetown, Wake Forest, William & Mary, the Naval Academy, Carnegie Mellon, Wheaton College, Grove City, Biola, Rice, University of Chicago, and the University of Virginia to name a few.
Kyiv Christian Academy (KCA) exists to help fulfill the Great Commission by partnering with missionary families to offer a quality education in the English language within the framework of a Biblical worldview.
Our vision for each student is that they would have a life changing relationship with Jesus Christ, that they would understand, appreciate and develop their God-given potential and that they would be prepared and equipped to pursue their calling in life for the glory of God.
The educational philosophy of KCA is based on the God-centered view of truth as revealed in the Bible, the Word of God, which recognizes:
In particular, the Bible teaches that everyone is uniquely created by God as a physical, intellectual, social, emotional, and spiritual being, endowed with particular talents. KCA seeks to facilitate each student’s growth in these fundamental areas by integrating Biblical truth and educational knowledge and applying them to life situations.
The most important component in the process of education at KCA is the teaching faculty. Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit they are models for the student body as they love, inform, innovate, motivate, direct, encourage, discipline, and evaluate.
The Bible further teaches that the family is a sacred institution, established by God as the basic unit of all society. Each parent is given the responsibility by God to train and educate his or her children for the glory of God. At the parent’s request, KCA becomes a partner in this process.