Strategic Plan

Veritas Christian Academy operates according to a strategic plan that is built on these principles:

1. Interdenominational Christianity

As an independent Christian school, Veritas does not rely on any one church for support. Rather, it is part of the vibrant Metrowest Christian community. Our diverse student body, unified in Christ, comes from a variety of Christian backgrounds. That's why we focus on the core elements of Christianity, giving students a solid understanding of the basics of their faith, church history, and worldwide missions. 

To encourage those connections, Veritas seeks to build strong ties to the local churches that our families attend. Together, we can share resources and form partnerships to benefit our students.


2. Financial independence

100% of Veritas' day-to-day operations are paid for by tuition. We have a deep commitment to fiscal responsibility and do not need to fundraise in order to meet our operating budget each year. We rely on donations only for financial aid and capital improvements. Examples of past fundraising projects are: curriculum improvements, technology investments, and playground installation.

Veritas is committed to remaining affordable for all families and offers need-based financial aid. Tuition increases are prayerfully made and held to a minimum, to make sure our education remains affordable for our families.

As part of our commitment to strong fiscal responsibility, Veritas undergoes a complete audit of our accounting and financial management practices every year. We consistently receive excellent marks during these independent audits.


3. Academic excellence

Veritas is committed to offering a top-quality education. We believe every student should be challenged to their maximum ability. To achieve these goals, Veritas benchmarks and evaluates our curriculum every year to ensure that academics are top-notch. And in the spring of every year, students compete in national and regional competitions and earn top scores.    


4. Parental involvement

Because Veritas is not tied to any one church, parents are the most important stakeholders in our school. As a result, parental involvement is key. Veritas believes a service requirement — getting parents on-site and interacting with other parents, faculty, and students — is the best way to build community and enable them to learn our school's story and distinctives.


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