Objectives

To lead students to a saving knowledge of Christ (Matthew 16:26).

To train students to love and respect the Word of God (Psalms 34:11; 119:47, 70, 77, 92, 174; 147:11; Deuteronomy 4:10).

To engender a desire in students to know and do the will of God (Psalms 16:8; Matthew 26:39).

To teach students to develop the mind of Christ toward Godliness and sin and to teach students how to overcome sin (Psalms 119:9, 11).

To teach students to judge everything in the light of God’s Word (I Corinthians 2:15).

To train students who will not merely adjust to society but will change society, by the Holy Spirit, for God’s glory (Acts 17:6).

To train students to stand firm for Biblical convictions (Psalms119:46; 71:17; Proverbs 1:10).

To teach students to relate with non-Christians and with Christians who hold differing views (Acts 2:47; Romans14:19-20; I Peter 3:15).

To train leaders who will be faithful servants of God (I Corinthians 4:2).

To teach students dependency upon God (John 15:5).

To teach students to exhibit the “fruit of the Spirit” in their lives (Galatians 5:22-23).

To help students accept themselves as unique individuals created in the image of God (Psalms 139:14).

To reveal the Lord to students through Christ-centered curricula and the lives of Christ-honoring teachers (Philippians 3:17).

To provide an atmosphere and the opportunity for each student to develop spiritually, mentally, physically, and socially to the highest degree of his God-given capability (Luke 2:52).

To teach students self-discipline through submission to God and all other authority (Romans13:1; Hebrews13:17; Psalms 40:8).

To encourage students and their parents to become rightly related to the ministry of a Bible believing church (Hebrews 10:25; Psalms 122:1).

To provide students with a quality Christian education so they score at least one year ahead of the national average on standardized achievement tests (Philippians 1:10).

To equip graduates in such a way that they will be able to enter a reputable college, if they so choose (Philippians 1:10).

To teach student patriotism and civic responsibility (Romans 13:1-7; Hebrews 13:17).

To become the best school in the country for God’s glory, and to glorify God in every aspect of the school (Ecclesiastes 9:10, Colossians 1:18).