Purpose: As an extension of the vision of our church, The Elijah School provides quality academic, social, emotional and character development to help children become productive and effective leaders in society as well as in the kingdom of God.
Affordable Cost to Parents: Education at any level is expensive, but we have done everything possible to make it affordable for everyone by accepting Step Up For Student Scholarships. Shores Assembly of God has developed a Tuition Scholarship Program to provide additional assistance.
Our Mission is to develop today's generation into tomorrow's social, political, business and spiritual leaders who will lead our community, our state, our nation and even our world into the place of blessing and abundant life.
School policies: Our policies are contained in the student handbook and are designed to create the best possible atmosphere for educational success and preparedness. We believe that God's love, peace, grace and His Word lay at the very core of that atmosphere.
School Leadership: The school is under the leadership of Pastor John Delcamp and the Pastor's Advisory Team. Pastor Delcamp has been leading the ministries of the church in developing excellence for more than 15 years. As a result, Marion County has come to depend on the ministries of Shores Assembly of God to meet the needs of area families. The Elijah School provides exceptional educational and personal development opportunities to empower children to become greater leaders than those of previous generations.
Excellence means transparency, so we have put our student handbook, our fee schedule, our calendar, and our educational ethic policy on display for all to view.
Pastor of Shores Assembly of God
BA in Bible with minor in English from Central Bible College, Springfield, MO
MA in Leadership from Assemblies of God Seminary, Springfield, MO
Business Engineer and Entrepreneur
BS in Psychology, Albertus Magnus University
BS in Social Science, Albertus Magnus University
MA in Education, University of New Haven
PHD in Divinity, Latin University of Theology
Certified Bilingual Teacher for State Board of Education, State of Connecticut for 12 years
Certified ESE Teacher for the Board of Education, Marion County, FL.
All employees and agents of a public school district, charter school or private school have an obligation and legal responsibility to report misconduct by instructional personnel and school administrators which affects the health, safety or welfare of a student
To report possible misconduct by any instructional personnel or administration personnel, immediately contact the office and report it to the School Administrator, Mr. Delcamp either in person or call the office at 652-687-0190. If a report needs to be made after hours, e-mail the report to firstname.lastname@example.org. The administrator monitors that e-mail address until 10 pm daily.
The Elijah School does not discriminate based upon race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age.
This is where you will find the student handbook, fee schedule, school calendar, meal menus, registration information and our educational ethics policy. We will be expanding this section in the future to include homework assignments and other classroom information. So, take your time, look around and learn all there is to know about us. We hope you enjoy our site and take a moment to drop us a line.