Expected Student Outcomes
Expected Student Outcomes
The areas of concentration for our objectives are in accordance with "And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man." (Luke 2:52) and "For I know the plans I have for you says the Lord. They are plans for good and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope." (Jer. 29:11)
SPIRITUALLY, it is our desire that each student…
- 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)
SCHOLASTICALLY, it is our desire that each student will…
- 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.
RELATIONALLY, it is our desire that each student will…
- 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).