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The Bill and Linda Tos Family Foundation’s support of Christian education – especially one grounded in the Reformed tradition - stems from the conviction that “the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom" (Psalms 111:10) and the recognition that Christ’s lordship extends over every sphere of life, including education.

The Foundation's support for Christian education comes from the proverb that it takes a village to raise a child. The Foundation sees Christian education as an expression of the promise made at baptism, by parents and by the community, to be the village that supports the formation and education of our children in a curriculum uniquely designed and shaped by those who are nourished in faith in Christ.

The Foundation's commitment to Christian education grows out of a belief that confessing “Jesus is Lord” has a radical impact on how we as Christians see every aspect of God’s creation. At the Foundation, we believe the curriculum of Christian schools should enable children to learn about everything from algebra to zygotes through the lens of the Christian faith. We do not see Christian education as a safe or private education reserved for the elite, nor do we seek to teach merely Bible classes. Instead we view Christian education as intentional, intensive, formative curriculum bent on shaping young people as agents and ambassadors of God’s kingdom.