At Restoration Academy, we consider ourselves to have four cultural disctinctives.
Culture of Incarnation
We encourage faculty and staff to prayerfully consider relocating to Fairfield. We want them to join with other stakeholders in restoration efforts, following the example of Christ who "became flesh and dwelt among us." Currently, over half of the staff within a two mile radius of the school.
Culture of Discipline
We maintain heightened expectations and daily accountability so that our students know they can learn and behave or face the consequences for their refusal to do so.
Culture of Self-Efficacy
We meet our children at the point of their academic need through a reading and math emphasis curriculum so that they confirm to themselves that they can achieve. We expect excellence but meet that with realism so that the students can overcome frustration.
Culture of Compassion
We provide opportunities for our students to participate in the restoration of their community and world through mission outreaches. By providing quarterly outreach efforts in the Fairfield Community and annual mission trip opportunities to go overseas, our students are able to work alongside their peers in helping others.