An education with a lasting purpose.
Preparing Students for All of Life
We aim to equip students with knowledge of God and His holiness, enabling them to glorify and enjoy Him in any career. Our curriculum covers a wide range of subjects, including theology, philosophy, history, and ethics, all aimed at deepening students' understanding of God and His ways. Along with classroom instruction, we offer extracurricular activities such as fellowship groups and community service opportunities to encourage students to live out their faith practically. Our rigorous academic program and experiences prepare students to positively impact any career they pursue while keeping their focus on glorifying and enjoying God.
Our School At A Glance
Student teacher ratio
Veritas is proud to offer a remarkable student-teacher ratio of 14:1, ensuring that each student receives the individual attention they need to thrive.
Average SAT Score
Veritas boasts an impressive average SAT score of 1310, a testament to the high level of academic excellence and rigor that is fostered within the institution.
Overall Student Enrollment
Veritas Academy boasts a diverse and talented academic community of 375+ students who strive for excellence in all areas of their lives.
Beginning With the End in Mind
At Veritas, we believe that all areas of study—and of life—provide opportunities to discern and emulate the True, the Good, and the Beautiful. Whether your child is in the classroom, on the quad, or on the playing field, we are looking for opportunities to cultivate both mind and soul.our vision for graduates
Why a Classical Christian Approach to Education?
Our children spend roughly 12,000 hours in school. From the time they start kindergarten until they graduate high school. How they spend it matters to us. Our approach produces uncommon young adults that are loving, serving and thinking. Children that are unique in their aim to follow Christ and influence culture for generations to come.Learn More About Classical Education
We Prioritize & Appreciate Great Books, Art, & Stories.
By reading widely at Veritas, students are taught to engage with arguments and assumptions from different eras in order to develop their moral imaginations. Our curriculum focuses primarily on the classics, including Homer, Augustine, Dante, and Shakespeare, to name a few. These are books that deal with age-old questions and experiences that all humans share, such as "time" and "justice". They form the intellectual, cultural, and spiritual foundation of our Western Civilization. Reading them allows us to enter the Great Conversation, rejoicing in great truths and analyzing major errors.