At Jefferson Christian Academy, every student is expected to maintain a job. Our philosophy is that the work program is a vital part of the total Christian education. Dorm students are expected to work a minimum of 40 hours per month; village students will work a minimum of 20 hours per month. Earnings are applied to their account to help offset tuition and other charges.
On-campus labor includes: the aggriculture program, maintenance, grounds, custodial services, cafeteria, monitoring, administrative offices, and teachers' readers. The work coordinator will assign students to each department according to need.