Spiritual Life

A Christian Education

The word education can be defined as “the process of acquiring knowledge, values, beliefs, skills, and habits.” The faculty and staff at Victory World Christian School wholeheartedly agree with this definition. We are a Christian school and unequivocally believe each of these components of education must be foundationally grounded in a biblical worldview. As we educate our students in this manner, they learn to appreciate the blessing that a Christian education is to them and their families.

Christ is Central

One of the integral VWCS goals for our students is to foster the desire to use the gifts, talents, and abilities God has given each of them as students are shaped into the image of Christ. We believe our students will be bold witnesses to their generation, well equipped to minister the love of Christ to others.

Our core values are:

  • Selflessness
  • Creativity
  • Community
  • Justice
  • Stewardship
  • Humility
  • Leadership through Serving Others

VWCS Chapel Services

Chapel services are a vital part of VWCS. Our students gather weekly for a time of corporate worship, prayer and instruction. Many aspects of our Chapel services are student-led. Give an example or two. Our speakers include faculty and staff, pastors, community leaders and parents. The lessons, often reinforced through discussions in class and at home, are designed to communicate God’s Word and model its application in our lives. Throughout the school year, each class gets their turn to lead a Chapel service, taking on the role of ministering to the rest of the student body.

School Scripture

“And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” Micah 6:8


The students of VWCS are on a mission—to help fulfill the Great Commission! Our students are being trained to use their time, talents and resources to spread the message of Christ. There are many service projects to aid our immediate community and impact the nations. We believe that “children who learn to serve will continue to do so into adulthood” (“Helping Kids Become Mission-Minded”, Children’s Ministry Magazine. Keith, N., n.d.) Our Service Committee coordinates projects throughout the school year—many of which involve the parents working alongside their child. Past projects include: serving at the Atlanta Community Food Bank, visiting residents of Meadowbrook Nursing Home, packing boxes for the United Way Shoebox Project, and collecting food and supplies for the Norcross Co-Op. Last school year, our “Jeans Fridays for Missions” program raised over $1,100 to help support missionaries all over the world including India, Jordan and Liberia. Organizations like Locks of Love and Joshua International also benefit from the students’ selfless giving. In addition, each spring welcomes our “March Missions Madness” campaign benefiting LifeLink International in Nicaragua. In our “Change for Change” contest, students donate money that they have saved or earned (doing special projects around the house for example) to their class collection jars. Our students raised over $1,350 last year.

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