At Covenant, it is our goal to provide a loving and well-organized environment where students feel safe and recognize their worth in the sight of God. Students are a part of daily Bible classes and weekly chapels. Middle and high school students participate in their own spiritual retreats each year, and an emphasis is placed on serving in one's community.
- Daily Bible classes teach the basic doctrines of God's word while maintaining respect for the viewpoints of the different denominations represented at Covenant. Bible is the most important subject taught at Covenant. Salvation and spiritual growth are the goals of each class
- Each week, Covenant holds two elementary chapels and a middle and high school chapel service. Chapel services set the tone of spiritual formation through corporate worship with music and teaching from our chaplain, teachers, and guest speakers. Throughout the year, there are special services, such as Christmas and Easter, where the entire student body comes together to worship in chapel.
- The CougarGeneration Service Club is an opportunity for students to serve our local and global community in a fun and exciting way. The club organizes several service projects throughout the year from food and clothing drives to making blankets for seniors.
- Each spring, middle school students attend a team building spiritual retreat. During the retreat, students spend time in Bible study and participate in exercises that teach them to work together using everyone's gifts and talents.
- Each year the high school students start the year with their annual leadership retreat to Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters in Andrews, NC. This time is set aside for spiritual growth and class bonding and sets the atmosphere for a great school year.