Objectives in Education

A. To lead each unsaved student to trust Christ as his/her personal savior and then to follow Christ as Lord of his/her life.

B. To instill in each student a love for God and a personal sense of responsibility to be all God wants him/her to be.

C. To direct each student in the process of developing Christ-like character and actions.

D. To instill in each student love and honor for home and parents.

E. To prepare each student to be successful as measured by God's standards and not the world's.

F. To prepare each student for the important position in life of spiritual leadership in school, home, church, community, state, nation, and the world.

G. To develop within each student a sense of responsibility as a Christian citizen.

H. To develop within each student a Christian world view and Christian philosophy of life.

I. To develop within each student an appreciation and understanding of God's world and how to live productively in his environment.

J. To provide each student opportunities for developing skills necessary to make a living.

K. To develop within each student a moral, ethical, and spiritual sense that will lead to an appreciation of his/her own personal worth to God and that of others.

L. To teach each student to take responsibility for his/her actions and words and the choices he/she makes.

M. To offer each student an instructional program that is centered in God's Word and meets his/her academic needs.

N. To teach each student the thinking skills that will enable him/her to meet intellectual challenges.

O. To motivate each student to master the tools of learning and communication.

P. To provide each student opportunities to develop an understanding of and appreciation for the arts as well as contributing to them.

Q. To offer opportunities to participate in wholesome forms of recreation and social activities.