SPIRITUAL OBJECTIVES
To guide students to put their full faith and trust in the Lord Jesus Christ and to love Him with all their heart, soul, mind and strength. (Romans 10:9, Luke 10:27)

To build Christ’s character in each student in order that he will be above reproach and an advertisement for the Christian faith. (Colossians 2:28-29, Romans 8:29)

To help each student see God’s immutability (inability to change) as a basis for steadfastness to the faith. (Hebrews 12:2-3)

To help each student be sensitive to the Holy Spirit’s leadership in order that the fruit of the  Spirit will be manifested in each life. (Galatians 5:16)

To give students confidence to be dynamic, committed soul-winners. (Proverbs 11:30)

To teach each student how to honor his parents. (Matthew 15:4-6)

To train each student to be able to build up one another by Scriptural admonition and counsel. (Colossians 3:16)

To help each child discover his spiritual gift and how to minister that gift in a local, Bible-believing church. (Romans 12:3-21)

To provide a Christian nucleus of fellowship and positive peer influence. (1John 1:7)

To teach each student to be able to stand alone for Christ in any situation. (Matthew 5:11-12)

To instill in each child Biblical convictions in all areas of life. (Romans 14:5)
To teach the Bible as God’s inspired Word and to have each student develop attitudes of love and respect toward it. (Psalm 119:97)

To encourage the development of self-discipline and responsibility as the best form of discipline. (Proverbs 15:5)]

To teach respect for others and tolerance within the body of Christ, because we are all created in God’s image. (Romans 14)

To train each student to work heartily because time is a God-given commodity and each one is responsible for its effective use. (Colossians 3:23, 4:5)

To instill Biblical views of marriage and the family in order that graduates can carry out God’s plan for the home. (Genesis 2:23-25)

To encourage each student to be physically fit and to have good health habits which honor his body as God’s temple. (1Corinthians 6:19-26)

To give each student a proper perspective on temporal things and how to use them for God’s glory. (Matthew 6:33)

To provide a neat and orderly facility which honors Christ and is conducive to good study habits. (1 Corinthians 14:40)

"Meeting today’s educational needs with yesterdays traditional values and tomorrows technology of individualized learning."
“The school’s curriculum is excellent in helping to prepare them for (college).”
“…students are taught in an atmosphere of Christian values and principles…”
Accredited with The National Association of Private Schools
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