Expected Student Outcomes
And Jesus increased in wisdom and in stature and in favor with God and man. Luke 2:52
Increasing in Wisdom - Upon graduation the student will…
- Recognize all that is true, good, and beautiful is from God.
- Have acquired proficiency in the basic education skills necessary for post graduate study or vocational competence.
- Have a desire for excellence in their educational endeavors.
- Have acquired the tools for a life-long pursuit of learning and intellectual development.
- Will possess creative and critical thinking skills, using Biblical principles and criteria as the basis for evaluation of all they observe.
- Have a critical appreciation of languages, cultures, and historical events of other peoples, dispelling prejudice, promoting harmony, and encouraging Biblical hospitality for those different from our own.
- Will acquire a basic knowledge of economics and financial matters, able to apply Biblical principles of good stewardship to their resources.
Increasing in Stature - Upon graduation the student will…
- Understand that the body is the temple of the Holy Spirit.
- Accept personal responsibility for achieving and maintaining physical fitness and practicing good health habits.
- Have opportunities to engage and participate in team athletic programs gaining by experience values of self-control, discipline, and exercise.
- Recognize the dangers of illegal drugs, unhealthy eating habits and to accept responsibility for healthy lifestyles.
- Develop an interest in life-long involvement of physical activities.
- Be able to manage their time to maintain a balance this is reflective of the calling of God upon their life.
- Exercise self-control of their body.
Increasing in Favor with God - Upon graduation the student will…
- Sufficiently understand the gospel enough to respond in faith accepting Christ as Lord and Savior.
- Grow and mature in their journey with Christ.
- Increase in understanding of God’s Word and accept Him as the source of all knowledge and wisdom.
- Gain a knowledge and confidence in the Bible and be consistent in personal Bible study.
- Be able to articulate and live out a biblical worldview.
- Identify and develop his/her unique gifts and abilities, using them to serve in the Body of Christ and the world.
- Display the fruit of the Spirit as described in Galatians 5:22-23.
Increasing in Favor with Man - Upon graduation the student will…
- Be sensitive and responsible to the needs of others both locally and globally embracing a lifestyle of humble service to others.
- Be able to effectively communicate the Gospel of Christ and take up the responsibility sharing the gospel in their own culture as well as those around the world.
- Be able to effectively communicate with others.
- Assume and understand the responsibilities and privileges of good citizenship in the United States of America.
- Understand how God has designed the family-unit as the basis of civilization and marriage between a man and a woman as a reflection of the relationship between Christ and the church.
- Acquire attitudes and skills essential to developing strong and healthy interpersonal relationships.
- Have knowledge of basic manners and etiquette for becoming a respectful and responsible adult.