"And all thy children shall be taught of the Lord, and great shall be the peace of thy children." - Isaiah 54:13
For nearly 16 years, Smoking For Jesus Ministry Christian School has been dedicated to serving our Texas Hill Country community. Our goal is to provide educational support for parents so that they can train their children with a Bible-based academic curriculum tailored to each child’s individual needs. An auxillary of Smoking For Jesus Ministry (Rev. 3:16), originally located in New Orleans, SFJMCS relocated to Burnet, TX after the catastrophes of Hurricanes Katrina & Rita in 2005.
Today, SFJMCS offers education for Pre-K through 12 grades where students are socialized with their age groups but progress at their individual paces. Our Athletics program offers volleyball, football, basketball and track. Through training and competition in Juniors, Regional and International Student Conventions, we're cultivating the great communicators and Christian educators of the next generation. Our students gain God's heart of compassion for the world around them through participation in community service opportunities and missions. We strive to make our program available to every all families with our affordable tuition rates and scholarships.
One of the basic reasons parents enroll their children in a private school is to obtain an education grounded in moral values. Education at SFJMCS includes Scripture memory passages and references to GOD and JESUS CHRIST throughout the curriculum - all designed to help students develop a Biblical world-view, moral character, a sense of accountability, and wisdom in their lives. Standards of personal conduct and school policies continue to build students’ sense of responsibility and integrity.
Growing the Future's Leaders
SFJMCS encourages and prepares our
students to compete in annual A.C.E. Student Conventions.
Student Conventions challenge students ages 9+ to develop their ministry skills by competing in more than 140 events in categories such as music, speech, drama, athletics, arts, and academics.