- Accept Christ as Savior and Lord.
- Learn that the Bible is the inspired and infallible Word of God, which conveys His life and defines His will.
- Be transformed into the character of Christ through life-long disciplines of prayer, meditation upon scripture, fellowship with other believers and works of service.
- Become equipped for ministry in terms of the spiritual gifts, talents and works of service with which God had endowed them. (Prov. 29:18, I Cor. 14:40)
- Develop a Christian worldview that keeps Christ central to all learning and living through integration of the scriptures with all other knowledge.
- Develop decision-making skills. Learn how to overcome temptation and sin and develop the fruit of the Spirit. (Gal 5:22-23)
- Develop self-discipline and self-responsibility based upon respect for the submission to God and all other properly constituted authority. (Rom 13:1-7)
- Gain basic skills in the areas of English, Math, Social Studies, Spelling, Science and Arts. (Proverbs 11:1, I Cor. 9:25-27)
- Demonstrate communication skills in the areas of reading, writing, speaking, and listening. (Php. 4:4-9, I Ti. 4:12)
- Develop good study habits.
- Learn and perform independent research skills.
- Develop creative, logical, and critical thinking skills using Biblical criteria.
- Keep up with current events and relate them to God's plan.
- Understand and appreciate our Christian and American heritages.
- Develop an appreciation of the fine arts.
- Obtain the basic facts, concepts, and skills essential for future educational and occupational competencies.
- Develop proficient use and application of relevant technology to enhance future academic and professional achievement.
- Develop lifelong habits that promote physical, mental, and emotional well being.
- Learn good stewardship of time, resources, and talents.
- Have a learning environment of mutual acceptance, encouragement, cooperation, and creativity that fosters these same values.
- Learn by permitting the teachers to incorporate materials other than the registered curriculum with the approval of administration.
- Love oneself; treat the body as the temple of God (James 2:8)
- Accept Biblical attitudes toward material things and use them for the glory of God and service to others.
- Understand man's role in God's world and faithfully fulfill this stewardship. Treat others with love and respect.
- Become a responsible citizen and a contributing member of society.
- Develop skills in interpersonal relationships.
- Honor and obey his/her parents.
- Communicate truth.
- Educate the conscience according to the principles of God's Word.
- Think, speak, and act in a Christ-like manner.
- Learn to be patient, forbearing, and forgiving of others.
- Develop scriptural attitudes toward marriage and the family.
- Gain the understanding and skills needed to establish God-honoring home.
- Discern appropriate interactions with the use of technology in a God-honoring and respectful manner (Proverbs 4:23).