• To see each student trust Christ as his/her personal savior and then to follow Christ as Lord of his/her life.  Luke 9:23

  • To instill in each student a love for God and a personal sense of responsibility to be all He wants him/her to be.  Proverbs 3:5-6

  • To assist in developing habits of daily Bible reading and memorization as well as a prayer time in each student.  Psalm 119:97

  • To direct each student in the process of developing Christ-like character and actions.  Romans 12:12

  • To prepare each student to be successful as measured by God’s standards, not the world’s.  Joshua 1:8

  • To instill in each student love and honor for home and parents.  Ephesians 6:1

  • To prepare each student for spiritual leadership in school, home, church, community, state, nations, and the world.  I Timothy 4:12

  • To provide a wholesome place where students can develop socially by making friendships that will bring them closer to the Lord.  Proverbs 13:20

  • To develop within each student a Christian worldview and a Christian philosophy of life.  I Corinthians 1:30-31


  • To provide each student with opportunities for developing skills necessary to prepare for college and fulfill specific career goals.  Psalm 139:14

  • To develop leadership skills by giving students responsibility in classes and other student organizations.  Matthew 24:45-47

  • To offer a wide variety of academic classes in order for each student to become a well-rounded individual in order to better serve God.  II Peter 1:5-7

  • To teach each student thinking skills that will enable him/her to meet intellectual challenges.  Proverbs 23:12

  • To enhance the student’s overall analysis and critical thinking skills.  Ephesians 5:15-17


  • To teach each student to take responsibility for his/her actions, words, and choices.  Matthew 12:36

  • To stimulate each student to strive for excellence in all areas of involvement.  Ecclesiastes 9:10

  • To motivate each student to master the tools of learning and communication.  Proverbs 13:3

  • To offer opportunities to participate in wholesome forms of instructional time for physical skills and athletics.  I Corinthians 6:19