I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in truth.”
3 John 1:4

Educational Philosophy:

Our purpose is to provide an excellent academic education, which is correlated with Biblical Christianity.  Our educational objectives reach into the following areas:

1. To teach that the Lord Jesus Christ is the Son of God and that we receive salvation through accepting Jesus as our personal Lord and Savior.

2. To teach that God is the Creator and the one who sustains the universe, animals, humans, and all creation.

3. To teach that growth in the Christian life depends upon fellowship with God through Bible reading, prayer, and service.

4. To teach that the Bible is the only inspired, inerrant (incapable of being wrong) Word of God and that it is practical and essential to daily life.

5. To teach the application of Biblical principles to every part of daily life.

6. To teach academic subjects integrated with Biblical truth.

7. To help students realize that they are created in the image of God and, as such, we want them to possess a positive self-image. That God does not make mistakes and He has created us either male or female from the womb without any error to His creation.

8. To teach students love for one another as unique creations of God.

9. To teach students their role in the community with non-Christians and with Christians who hold differing viewpoints.

10. To teach our American heritage, a sense of honor and respect for our nation, and a Christian view of the current problems facing our country and the world; and earning from the wrongs in the past to help build a better future and nation.

11. To teach students to think for themselves and to stand up for personal convictions in the face of pressure, and to be the leaders God has called them to be.

12. To teach students to apply themselves to their work and to fulfill various responsibilities.

13. To teach students to work independently and cooperatively.

14. To teach the knowledge and skills required for future study or for occupational competence.

15. To encourage a desire and a discretion for wholesome physical and mental recreation.

16. To teach civic responsibilities and prepare each student for adult responsibilities as a Christian.