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…
  1. Recognize all that is true, good, and beautiful is from God.
  2. Have acquired proficiency in the basic education skills necessary for post graduate study or vocational competence.
  3. Have a desire for excellence in their educational endeavors.
  4. Have acquired the tools for a life-long pursuit of learning and intellectual development.
  5. Will possess creative and critical thinking skills, using Biblical principles and criteria as the basis for evaluation of all they observe.
  6. 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.
  7. 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…
  1. Understand that the body is the temple of the Holy Spirit.
  2. Accept personal responsibility for achieving and maintaining physical fitness and practicing good health habits.
  3. Have opportunities to engage and participate in team athletic programs gaining by experience values of self-control, discipline, and exercise.
  4. Recognize the dangers of illegal drugs, unhealthy eating habits and to accept responsibility for healthy lifestyles.
  5. Develop an interest in life-long involvement of physical activities.
  6. Be able to manage their time to maintain a balance this is reflective of the calling of God upon their life.
  7. Exercise self-control of their body.
Increasing in Favor with God - Upon graduation the student will…
  1. Sufficiently understand the gospel enough to respond in faith accepting Christ as Lord and Savior.
  2. Grow and mature in their journey with Christ.
  3. Increase in understanding of God’s Word and accept Him as the source of all knowledge and wisdom.
  4. Gain a knowledge and confidence in the Bible and be consistent in personal Bible study.
  5. Be able to articulate and live out a biblical worldview.
  6. Identify and develop his/her unique gifts and abilities, using them to serve in the Body of Christ and the world.
  7. Display the fruit of the Spirit as described in Galatians 5:22-23.
Increasing in Favor with Man - Upon graduation the student will…
  1. Be sensitive and responsible to the needs of others both locally and globally embracing a lifestyle of humble service to others.
  2. 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.
  3. Be able to effectively communicate with others.
  4. Assume and understand the responsibilities and privileges of good citizenship in the United States of America.
  5. 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.
  6. Acquire attitudes and skills essential to developing strong and healthy interpersonal relationships.
  7. Have knowledge of basic manners and etiquette for becoming a respectful and responsible adult.