Mission, Vision & Core Values

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Our Mission

A School Based on Biblical Truth

Our mission is to be a community of Christian believers, who are committed to building strong families, developing moral maturity and achieving academic excellence to prepare God’s people for a lifetime of personal ministry.

We believe the precepts of God’s Word set the absolute standard to which we are to train our children. The community of families in our school share common convictions on biblical principles that relate to the moral and academic training of their children. Biblical truth will be the foundation of every subject. We desire to avoid legalism by remaining committed to God’s truth, not our own traditions and ideals.

Our Vision

To see a community of Christian families and educators provide an excellent spiritual, moral, and academic context to educate their students through hands-on and creative learning while encouraging each other to reflect the character of God in the world.

Our Core Values


Students demonstrate integrity in all relationships both within and outside the community through moral decision making, honesty and authenticity in their relationship with Jesus Christ.

“The Godly walk with integrity; blessed are their children who follow Him.”

Proverbs 20:7


Students have a willing heart to serve Jesus Christ throughout their day-to-day life. Students also have an attitude of humility; willingly serving those around themselves, respecting and submitting to authority and in all their interactions considering others better than themselves.

“Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourself.”

Philippians 2:3


Students desire to be pure and righteous before the Lord in all relationships including relationships with the opposite sex.

“You can be sure that no immoral, impure or greedy person will inherit the kingdom of Christ and God.”



Students live their lives in excellence by performing all responsibilities both at home, at school and in their community going beyond standard expectations by showing diligence and initiative.

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men.”

Colossians 3:23