The mission of Tennessee Avenue Christian Academy is to provide an affordable, Christ-centered education that enriches the lives of students and families through the incorporation of Biblical principles, academic excellence, athletics, fine arts, and community outreach ministry.
Core Values & Expectations

The Lord has provided the ministry of Tennessee Avenue Christian Academy along with the opportunity for Christian education.  As we carry out our mission, we seek to uphold these foundational values:

Honor God in All We Do It is our desire to serve and honor Christ in all that we do, no matter the size of the task given to us.  Along with this privilege, comes the responsibility to prayerfully seek his wisdom, spread his love, and give him the glory for the results.                           1 Corinthians 10:31;    Colossians 3:23

We take pride in everything that is fair, honest, and knowledgeable and strive to build trust in every situation, but especially when working with each other, students, parents, families, and the community so that through our ministry we may bring them to a closer relationship with Jesus Christ.
Philippians 4:8
It is our desire to cooperate and work in harmony with one another for the common good of the school, students, and families we serve.  This is our responsibility and is essential to achieving the mission of the school and to successfully minister to students and families in the name of Jesus Christ.
Romans 8:28;
1 Corinthians 3:8
As a faculty, we strive to complete and satisfy all commitments and assignments with excellence and take personal responsibility to be held accountable for our employment obligations, words, and actions, on and off the TACA campus, that they may be that of excellent moral testimony.
Hebrews 13:1; Matthew 18
We strive to show the love and the joy of the Lord while serving Him.  It is important to keep things in perspective and to trust God and His timing.  We want to be aware of things that steal our joy, and learn to cultivate a loving, joyful spirit.  We want our school to be a fun place to learn and work, a place where we enjoy each other’s company, and make a difference in the lives of each other and the students we teach. We desire to develop the type of successful and loving relationships that bond our faculty and students in the love and joy of Jesus Christ.
1 Corinthians 13:4-8; Luke 10:27