The purpose of Veritas Preparatory School is to glorify God by partnering with parents to provide children a Christian, classical, University-Model School® education in the downtown area of Greenville, SC.
It is our strong and prayerful desire to partner consistently and intentionally with parents to enable students to become educated, thoughtful citizens who purposefully and passionately pursue God. While children are gifted individuals who pursue their own paths, we want every child to be equipped to give his or her life away to the fullest in the service of Jesus Christ and others.
We believe there is one God, eternally existent in three persons: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
We believe God has given his written revelation in the Bible, which is reliable, authoritative and inerrant.
We believe people are separated from God due to their sinful nature and cannot be brought into a saving relationship with God except by the gift of God’s grace.
We believe that God’s grace is found in Jesus Christ, who is the eternal Son of God made man for us and for our salvation, fully God and fully man in one person.
We believe Jesus was born of the Virgin Mary, lived a sinless and perfect life, was crucified and died on a cross as an atoning substitute for sin, and was buried. He was then resurrected from the dead, thereafter appearing to many people and ascending to the Father.
We believe that through faith alone in Jesus Christ and in his finished work, people are forgiven of their sin and brought into a secure eternal relationship with God.
We believe that Jesus has inaugurated his kingdom in his first coming and will physically return at his second coming to raise the dead, judge the world, and establish his consummated kingdom on earth forever.
Please see a recent article in The Greenville News featuring our Headmaster Jon McCord
Veritas Preparatory School does not discriminate based on race, gender, color, national and ethnic origin with regard to all the rights, privileges, programs, activities, educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, or other school administered programs.