Student Handbook

Leadership Roles and Responsibilities



Our educators have the responsibility and full accountability of the daily activities in their assigned classroom. Their responsibilities include curriculum preparation and instruction, student discipline and Christian character development, as well as appropriate interaction with the students' parents / guardians. Each educator will have policies and procedures for the management of their individual classroom that underscore and reinforce the values and character of Union Christian Academy. Each of our educators is expected to be a committed Christian, actively serving in a church. Our teachers are selected because of their qualifications and proficiency to teach in a given area of study, as well as their reputation both in the classroom and community. Our elementary and high school teachers are 100% degreed individuals. All teachers continue to receive training appropriate to their specific certification teaching assignments. They are the first level authority in issue / conflict resolution in accordance with Matthew 18.


The President of the School and Administration

The day-to-day operation of the school is the responsibility of the school administration. These responsibilities include: teacher supervision; student retention and discipline; academic supervision; curriculum development; business office management; public relations; parent interaction and involvement; fund raising; and ensuring the overall success of the school by applying Biblical principles and providing Godly leadership. The Administration is the second level of authority in issue resolution in accordance with Matthew 18.


Union Christian Academy Board of Directors

Union Christian Academy is operated under the authority of the School's Board of Directors. Currently there are six (6) members of the UCA Board of Directors, elected by the membership (families of enrolled students) of the school. The Board is responsible for setting strategic school policy, for recruiting, hiring, and supporting the school's administration team, approving faculty recommendations, overseeing the school finances, and strategic planning for future facility and enrollment considerations. The Board of Directors is the final authority on issue resolution in accordance with Matthew 18.