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Every person has a worldview—the foundational perspective from which the individual’s belief system is derived. VCS integrates into the academic curriculum a Biblical Worldview (BWV) as the foundation from which all subjects are taught. We intentionally teach our students to view life through the lens of truth revealed in the Bible.
The VCS Biblical Worldview (BWV) program is designed to impart the significance of the first eleven chapters of the book of Genesis into the academic program. The impact on mankind of Creation, the Fall of man, the worldwide Flood of Noah, the Tower of Babel, the birth of Jesus Christ, and His death, burial, and resurrection is addressed. The imparting of a Biblical Worldview begins in Kindergarten with spirit-filled teachers instructing young students in the Word of God by keeping it infused into the academic curriculum. The curriculum becomes formalized in the Lower and Upper School where daily Bible classes are taught and relevance to the subject area is built through the senior year.
Critical to a life-long Christ-centered worldview is the affirmation of the Bible as God’s Holy Word and thus the standard by which we understand and interpret all aspects of our existence. The Bible contains not only the measures by which we make life choices, but it is the story of God’s own people from the beginning of time, through which we learn that God is pursuing a relationship with us individually.
The BWV is based on diligently working to help our students answer the following questions with increasing depth and clarity:
  • Who is God and what is His nature and character?
  • How is man created in the image of God, how did man fall, and why is he in need of restoration?
  • What is God’s plan for a restored relationship through Jesus Christ?
  • How can we trust and apply the Scriptures as God’s inspired, inerrant word?
  • What is the importance and benefit of growing in spiritual discipline?
  • How can we intelligently evaluate and positively engage the prevailing culture?
  • What is the Holy Spirit’s role and responsibility in the believer’s life?
  • What does being “spirit-filled and directed” mean to the life of the believer?
  • How is God involved in history through people, events and His Church?

Our consummate purpose is to educate and graduate students who are equipped take the ministry of Jesus to the ends of the earth. In Matthew 10:16, Jesus sent His disciples into the world with the statement, “I am sending you out like sheep among wolves. Therefore be shrewd as snakes and innocent as doves.” Through our biblically integrated curriculum, we teach students how to discern truth, to witness to others, to minister love to hurting people and to operate in the gifts of the Spirit, ultimately representing Jesus in our culture through personal knowledge of God and His truth.


Our chapels are dynamic experiences that mix student-led worship with speakers from Victory's ministry and the Tulsa community. Every Tuesday we have chapel for Middle and High Schoolers. On Wednesday mornings, our Elementary Conquerors have chapel coordinated by Victory Kids staff and interns. These chapels are a cornerstone to the Conqueror way here at VCS. Since our inception, they have served to bring a freshness to our students while specifically calling out the greatness in their lives. Anyone who has attended VCS can point back to a specific service, song, sermon or speaker that has shifted their thought, day or call.


Along with chapels, something that sets VCS apart from most private schools is our Spring-Break missions trips.
Starting in 6th-grade students have the opportunity to go on week-long mission trips across the country and globe.
Students are engaged in various service projects along with numerous opportunities to minister to people from all over the world and perform street ministry, act in dramas and serve through cleaning streets, painting walls and restoring communities.