God created us to be in communion with Him. The Bible is sufficient to equip us to live in a proper relationship with Him and with one another. His Word is the only rule and standard for faith and life. As we rely on God's Word, the Holy Spirit leads us to reject all worldly frameworks, theories, and teachings that deny or distort Divine authority and God's love for all people through Christ Jesus.
We believe God desires that we introduce all children to Biblical teachings and the gospel. We realize that only the Holy Spirit can open their hearts and lead them to commit their lives to Jesus. However, we strive to create an environment where students experience the joy and freedom of living in Christ.
Parents are the first and primary educators of their children. It is the school's duty to partner with them by providing an environment and curricula that facilitate their children's intellectual and spiritual development. We expect and welcome parents to be involved in the school's life through regular communication with teachers, cooperating in discipline, attending conferences and school programs, volunteering, and ensuring that their child is prepared for school each day. The school will make decisions concerning instructional materials and teaching methods; however, we are committed to ensuring that parents are fully informed about what and how we teach their children.
All children want to learn and are capable of learning. With teachers passionate about their craft and in a safe and orderly atmosphere filled with joy and hope, every child can reach their full potential.
All children deserve exposure to a broad and engaging curriculum. This type of education is suitable for all children regardless of ethnic or socio-economic background.
Children have the right to master the essential skills of reading, writing, and mathematical computation. Furthermore, exposure to a knowledge-rich curriculum helps students acquire critical thinking, problem-solving, analysis, and synthesis skills.
Children need time to play and use their imagination. We ensure this by keeping lessons short and meaningful. We do not waste precious time with busywork.
Education should lead students to discover their unique gifts and talents and produce righteous and wise participants in society.
Our job is to teach children how to think, not what to think. We believe our students become what God intends for them to be when trained to think for themselves.
"But Jesus called them to him, saying, "Let the children come to me, and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of God." Luke 18:16