Learning beyond the classroom.
At Shoreline Christian, we look at growing children not only as students in an academic setting, but as God-created individuals in context of the world around them. We strive to educate the heart and soul at the same time as the intellect, and this makes a difference in our students’ lives. Alumna Rebecca Korf remembers Shoreline Christian as a community. “I'll most remember the relationships that I formed with my classmates and teachers,” she shares.
Rebecca relates though she was well-prepared for her college courses, “the most important lessons were the ones that I learned outside of classes.” Whether on bus rides, or simply visiting with teachers after class, “I had conversations about things like justice, choices, and faith that I still refer back to often.” Rebecca knows these conversations shaped her in many ways, teaching her that learning isn’t just about a letter on a transcript. Between classroom preparation, service opportunities, and extracurricular activities, she learned “how to be an effective Christian influence.”