The Racine Christian School exists to glorify God by providing a Christ-centered education for its students. This education is based upon the infallible Word of God interpreted in conjunction with the confessional statements of the Reformed Churches. The school is committed to the following fundamental teachings:
That God relates to His people through a covenant of grace (Gen. 17:7), and that children are included in this covenant (Acts 2:39). Children of believers are holy, and need to be taught God's promises to them and their obligations to God.
That Christian parents are bound by God to instill in their children an awareness of covenantal privileges and responsibilities as taught from Scripture, in the home, the church, and in Christian schools.
That the Christian school must be an independent institution controlled not by the church or state, but by parents carrying out their Christian calling.