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Parent Partnership

We believe that God has given parents the responsibility to raise their children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord (Deuteronomy 6:7) and that we are meant to do this with support, in Christian community (1 John 1:3).

Margi - Whitefield Parent

Nilson - Whitefield Parent

Rachel - Whitefield Parent

Sharing a Common Life

In contrast to a culture characterized by individual opinions, separate lives, and self-reliance, Whitefield seeks to draw students into the beauty of Christian community as families who, as pastor Jerry Bridges writes, "share a common life in Christ and are partners in a common pursuit". This fellowship begins in our local churches as communities of worship and extends to Whitefield as a Christ-centered community of classical learners. 

Whitefield students are known, supported, and learn from one another in the hope that when they walk out our doors, they will continue to seek the beauty of Christian fellowship.

Whitefield parents develop meaningful friendships with like-minded families and partner with teachers they trust to reinforce the values taught at home, communicate well, and look beyond mere behavior management to heart-level character formation. 

Whitefield is a safe loving environment. I trust the teachers and the staff to not only teach the truth but to be an integral part of my children's formation. 

This is the healthiest and most supportive and Christ-centered environment of those I have experienced.

Whitefield Parents

Parents Make Whitefield Thrive

Ways to Get Connected!

Whitefield Academy does not require volunteer hours, but we are blessed with a culture of parent involvement. We understand each family has different seasons and capacities to be on campus. If you'd like to participate in school life (and we hope you do!) there are so many ways to get connected.

  • Attend chapel
  • Join a reading circle
  • Go on class field trips
  • Drive for our annual Serve Day
  • Pray with Whitefield in Prayer each week
  • Help with class parties
  • Join a Parent Teacher Fellowship team
  • Enjoy our annual daddy/daughter event or mother/son Royals game
  • Join your children for lunch
  • Serve concessions at athletic events
  • Decorate our lobby and chapel for Christmas
  • Participate on school board committees
  • Help with events like Fall Fest or Trivia Night
  • Bless teachers with appreciation treats
  • Mulch or weed the garden on school work days
  • Enjoy parent social gatherings
  • Help with our annual book fair or used uniform sales