WHAT WE DO...

A mandate to educate, empower, and activate

EDUCATE

Kingdom Life Academy recognizes that an excellent education is founded upon disciplined, eager attention to learning; that this discipline rests upon the student’s moral character; and that this moral character can only be developed through a personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ.

EMPOWER

Kingdom Life Academy creates an atmosphere where our students are empowered by the Holy Spirit to do His will for His glory.  Our school carries a culture of honor where students learn to love God and love others by understanding their identity in Christ.  Each day begins with worshiping God and focusing on strengthening a heart-to-heart connection with Him. 

ACTIVATE

Our school provides students with the opportunity to participate in outreach, attend chapel, lead worship, and preach at One Sound.  We focus on creative thinking, problem solving, and leadership skills enabling students to advance God's kingdom through academics.

REACHING NATIONS

We believe in training up a generation to take the Gospel to every nation.  At our school, students use their talents and gifts to encourage and connect with ministries around the world.  We build connections with individuals and ministries in Israel, Africa, Mexico, Washington DC, Hong Kong, Scotland, and Germany.

 

 

PARENT PARTNERSHIP

We believe that God has called parents to have the primary position in their child's life. It our mandate to partner with parents as their child is educated and equipped in the daily school setting.

THE ARTS

Students in all grade levels participate in visual and performing art classes where they learn to share God's love through artistic expression such as song writing, drama, music, and dance. In Spanish class, they learn how to use language to worship God and share the Gospel with Spanish speaking nations.  Students are advancing God's kingdom through the arts. 

Contact Us

Our Location

30615 Av. de Las Flores, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688

9

Years of Operation

20

Churches Represented

13

Cities Represented

1:15

Teacher to Student Ratio