Our Mission

Our mission is to offer Christ-centered instruction that will transform each student’s heart, soul, and mind. (Matt. 22:37)

Student Outcomes


  • CCA students will articulate a Christian, biblical worldview.

  • CCA students will perform as well as or better than their public school peers in standardized testing.

  • CCA students will be accepted to colleges and universities that fit their test scores, GPA, artistic ability, athletic ability, available finances, and spiritual maturity.

  • CCA will be challenged by the faculty to achieve their full potential and are graded commensurate with their work. 

  • CCA students become lifelong learners by learning how to learn.

  • Rigor of all academic classes meets or exceeds GA state standards.

  • All classes embrace and use the 4 C's, the cornerstone of 21st century learning (Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, and Critical Thinking) as methods for instruction.


  • The student athlete, as a member of a Cumberland team, will experience and understand setting and accomplishing team goals. 

  • The student athlete learns the benefit of a disciplined schedule that athletic participation requires.

  • The student athlete learns submission to authority in the player-coach relationship.

  • The student athlete is taught to praise God in winning and losing.

  • The student athlete learns the unity shared by all Christian believers through experiencing fellowship with competing schools. 

  • The student athlete learns to use their special giftedness to benefit the team.

  • Students who wish to do so are afforded opportunities to transition to a college athletic setting that is appropriate to their ability.  


  • Students will develop a heart of worship through exposure to and participation in Christ-centered art.

  • Students will be prepared to be agents of cultural change in their generation through Christian art and media.


  • Students will experience continuous spiritual transformation in their lives as they come to know Christ and grow into His likeness.

  • Students will become a catalyst for spiritual change in the lives of others.

  • Students will discover God's hope and vision for their lives.

  • Students will become pro missions and understand global evangelism.

  • Students will understand spiritual warfare and how to deal with it.

  • Students will understand how to live for Christ in an imperfect world.

  • Students will understand what it means to be daily favored with God’s love; daily enabled to walk in His power; and daily encouraged and strengthened by His presence.

  • Students will follow the honor code written for each campus grade levels.


Our Goals

Cumberland’s goals are to nurture and challenge students to:

  • know Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord

  • adopt a biblical world view 

  • love one another as themselves

  • achieve academic excellence 

  • grow into Christ-likeness as they mature spiritually, emotionally, socially, and physically 

  • evangelize and make disciples of all nations

In order that they may bring glory to God by serving our Lord and others through their character, spiritual integrity, and leadership.

Our Philosophy

Cumberland is an independent Christian school that exists to challenge young people to know Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, to adopt a biblical world view, to love others as themselves, and to grow in knowledge and skill through academic excellence, in order that they may serve our Lord and others through their character, spiritual integrity, and leadership.


Cumberland is founded on the truth that the ultimate goal of all creation is to bring glory and honor to the triune God of the universe. The Holy Scripture says, “For from Him and through Him and to Him are all things. To Him be the glory forever! Amen.” (Romans 11:36) This verse teaches that since God is the source and accomplisher, the goal of all created things is His glory. Therefore, mankind’s and Cumberland's ultimate purpose is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. (Genesis 1:26-27; 1 Corinthians 10:31)


We glorify God by obeying His Word. The Bible teaches that man was created in God’s own image and commanded to occupy the earth and have dominion over it. (Genesis 1:27-28) However, when Adam and Eve chose to sin, they destroyed their relationship with God and their ability to think and act as God intended. We inherit a sinful heart from Adam.
(1 Corinthians 15:21-22)


God provided a solution by sending His son, Jesus Christ, to earth to die for mankind’s sins. By repenting and placing our faith in Him, we can be saved from judgment, cleansed from sin, and restored to a right relationship with God. Now, guided by His Word and filled with the Holy Spirit, we can properly relate to God and manage the earth as He intended. The purpose of Christian education is to impart these and similar truths so that every student knows the reality of who they are and God’s plan for what they are to become.
(1 John 4:14, 1:7; John 3:16; Ephesians 5:18)