Philosophy of Education

The basis of our philosophy is the belief in God the Father, Jesus Christ our Savior, the Holy Spirit and God’s Word – the Bible.  We believe in the authority, authenticity and reliability of the Bible as the complete and final revelation of God concerning all matters of faith, truth and practice.  All our goals and objectives are based on the Bible.

These goals and objectives include:

  • All that we do is to the glory of God (I Corinthians 10:31)

  • Our primary goal is to assure the salvation of all of our students (Matthew 23:19,20)

  • To promote the maturity of our students in doctrine and practice (Ephesians 6:4 & Colossians 1:28, 29)

  • To train our students in Christian service and ministry (II Timothy 2:2)

  • To teach our students a sound mastery of basic learning skills, self-discipline, and good work habits (II Timothy 2:15)

We believe in the conviction that the knowledge of the Bible and of Jesus Christ is essential to the development and growth of the individual in the spiritual, mental, social areas. All staff and faculty have a personal commitment to Jesus Christ.  They will allow the Lord to minister through them by the power of the Holy Spirit. The school is an extension of the family and also an extension of the church.  In this capacity, we will promote the relationship of family, church, school and members of the body of Christ.

We believe that our priorities and those we teach should be in the following order:

  • Commitment to Christ

  • Commitment to family

  • Commitment to school and community

Our belief is that God is sovereign now, in the past and in the future.  We believe we have been created in God’s image and the Bible gives us the moral principles by which to live.  We strive to meet all the needs of the student – spiritual, mental and physical.

• understands and commits to a personal relationship with Christ and pursues an ongoing spiritual development.
• seeks to uphold the Word of God and yields to the leading of the Holy Spirit.
• consistently integrates faith and life with Biblical and moral integrity.
• is a servant leader; prepared for and engaged in life long service to the Lord.

• is academically prepared in the following disciplines: Bible, reading, writing, listening, speaking, social studies, languages, math, science, technology, and the arts for post-secondary or vocational training.
• is able to utilize academic training to think critically.
• implements problem solving skills.
• organizes thoughts, ideas, and information to communicate through verbal and written expression.

• is prepared to practice the Biblical principles of healthy family living.
• is a good steward of finances, time (including discretionary time) and all other resources.
• is working and developing their God given abilities.
• has the skill to question, establish and implement goals, solve problems, and make wise decisions.

• is able to articulate a Biblical world view and operate and defend that perspective in the world.
• values family and society according to God’s design.
• will display the fruit of the Spirit and will work well with others, including other cultures, respects the worth of every individual as created in God’s image.
• continues to develop spiritually as a life long learner.