Science is the study of the intricacies of God's knowledge and thinking. The acceptance of Science is our acceptance of a powerful gift to us from God. Science is the study of God's Universal Laws and has only begun to scratch the surface of the sum of all the knowledge of God.
To ignore Science, to reject it, or to place limits on its acceptance is to refuse the extensive and expansive wonder of who God is and to reject the gift itself. The Christian Scriptures contain a small but valuable portion of the wisdom and salvation from God intertwined in a human narration written on and around the available knowledge of ancient times.
The Bible is a book of faith and not of Science. Science is incomplete without faith. We should be interested and learn from both Science and Theology (the study of God) because each is a valuable segment of the totality of the essence of God. Christian schools should be bastions of determination to keep all the segments of God held together, including the details of Science which reflect the intelligent, useful, and necessary details of the wonder and content of the mind of God.