Philosophy of Education
We believe that it is the biblical responsibility of parents to provide an education for their children (Deuteronomy 6:7, 8; Proverbs 22:6).
We believe that Christian education should take place first in the home and church and that the Christian school functions to support and extend that training.
We believe that the primary goal of Christian education is the development of Christ likeness in the student.
We believe that students are created with unique talents and abilities. Christian education should use teaching strategies that complement the learning needs of students and facilitate development of their full potential.
We believe that Christian education should develop students who will serve God and impact the community in which they live by their Christian walk.
We believe that Christian education promotes growth in the Christian life that comes through Bible study, fellowship with God through prayer, and through service to others.
We believe that the student must be equipped to be a life-long learner, and that a sound education will address every aspect of the student’s life: intellectual, social, emotional, spiritual and physical.
We believe that all knowledge should be tested against, and integrated with, a biblically based view of God.