Whitefield’s beautiful 100-acre campus is a daily reminder of God’s faithfulness and His provision. As you drive through the front gates, you see the
athletic fields, alive with activity, where students become men and women of strength and character through physical competition. In our Lower School,
children not only grow in knowledge, but learn about a God who loves them from everlasting to everlasting. Glancing around the academic quad, you see
Morris Hall, our Upper School, and Founders Hall, our Middle School, where vibrant learning takes place, day in and day out.
Every place on our campus is a marker, a monument if you will, of God’s faithfulness. Like the altars erected by the Israelites in the Old Testament,
each building and location is alive with stories of what God has done here and of what he continues to do. He has transformed an old horse farm into an
incredible place of learning. He has taken students, parents, teachers, and staff and created a Christ-centered, supportive community.
God is at work here. He is transforming hearts and minds. He is building men and women who, as our mission statement reads, “go on to college and life
with a passion for learning, for others ahead of self, and for the living and active Jesus.”