Each part of the shield has a special meaning for the faculty and student body. The four pictures on the shield each symbolize important GFA values. The compass shows direction and reflects our students' goals. The column, as seen in traditional heraldry, represents fortitude and constancy. The mountain range symbolizes GFA's respect for it's community and state, and the torch represents life, service, truth, and intelligence. The colors on the shield also represent GFA's values. The color red represents the student body as warriors, the color white represents peace, and the color blue represents truth.
As students at Good Foundations Academy, everyone is encouraged to learn the school pledge. These valuable words help students and faculty remember the values of the school, and encourages students to do their best work every day. The pledge reinforces good character and accurately reflects the school's philosophy of the seven foundation stones. The pledge is written as follows: