Our Core Beliefs

 I. Supremacy of Jesus Christ

Jesus Christ is the beginning and end of all we think and do. We recognize Him as the Source, Center and Head of all. He has been given authority by God the Father to rule over all and every knee will one day bow to His Lordship. We believe that we exist for God’s glory and that man is inherently sinful and in desperate need of the salvation offered by Jesus Christ through His atoning death. Each child is encouraged to enter by faith into a relationship with Jesus Christ and grow in their knowledge of and relationship with Him. This includes daily submission and surrender of the entire self to His authority and leadership, recognizing His sovereign right to rule pre-eminently over us. Students are taught to submit all areas of their lives to Jesus so they might experience the joy and fullness of a daily relationship with Him. Colossians 1:15-18

II. Authority of the Bible

The foundation for all we teach and do is the inerrant, infallible, authoritative Word of God. We seek to build within each student a Biblical Worldview, taking our definition and standard of truth from the Scriptures. The Bible itself is a central subject in the academic curriculum. Further, Biblical truths are integrated into the learning experience of all subjects. Students learn how to process information and draw conclusions in the context of Biblical truth, leading to a life that glorifies God. 2 Timothy 3:16-17

III. Partnership with Families

We believe that God has given parents the ultimate responsibility for the education of their children. We serve as an extension of the home, partnering with parents and serving families in the intellectual and spiritual discipleship of their children. We believe that God has created each child as unique and worthy of our utmost attention. Further to our partnership with families, we seek to bring God’s light, grace and truth to our broader community. Deuteronomy 6:6-7

IV. Academic Excellence

We have adopted a Classical approach to education. We believe that the holistic approach personified by the Classical model is exceptionally outstanding in preparing the student to retain knowledge, think logically and analytically, communicate effectively and succeed in living out God’s calling on their life. Within that context, every teacher is passionate about their subject and has exceptional qualification to perform their role with excellence. High academic standards are maintained for each student, with the expectation that each can succeed. Every child is encouraged to maximize his/her learning potential and develop a lifelong love for learning. 2 Timothy 2:15

V. Cultivation of Christ-like Character

We believe that education is not just about training the mind with knowledge, but also training the heart. Students are taught to love God with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength, and to love their neighbors as themselves. As students grow in their relationship with God, they will glorify Him through their interactions with others. A student's relationships with fellow students, parents, and teachers will be Christ-centered and edifying. We recognize the role of the Holy Spirit in the development of Christ-like character in the student. Key virtues that are fostered include honesty, respect for authority and others, self-discipline, courage, compassion, service, responsible stewardship, perseverance, good citizenship. 2 Peter 1:5-8