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Notes for Prospective Students
OUR MISSION IS TO TRAIN STUDENTS TO GLORIFY JESUS CHRIST BY GROWING SPIRITUALLY, ACADEMICALLY, PHYSICALLY, AND SOCIALLY.
Understanding and being personally challenged to receive the gospel of Christ.
Developing a personal relationship with God through regular Bible study, prayer and fellowship with other believers.
Maturing in their faith by acquiring knowledge and being able to defend their faith effectively and intelligently.
Actively applying God's truth by enjoying God, discerning His will, demonstrating good works, sharing the Gospel message and serving others.
Developing into analytical thinkers who examine and evaluate a wide range of information, draw conclusions and apply Biblical truths in making decisions.
Becoming well-informed and independent learners who love to read, comprehend what is read, and value reading in a broad range of topics and perspectives.
Writing effectively, applying proper mechanics, in order to express a position in a compelling and logical manner.
Learning to speak (and listen) with integrity and accuracy; passionately communicating with confidence, a well- reasoned position to others.
Developing life long habits for healthy living and physical fitness in order to glorify God with their bodies.
Developing motor skills, coordination, knowledge and desire to confidently participate in a variety of games and activities. Colossians 3:23; Titus 1:8
Developing commitment, teamwork, good judgement, sportsmanship and desire to work and play well with others, submitting to the rules and authorities of the game.
Experiencing competitive team sports that allow student athletes to maximize their God-given abilities, cooperatively achieve team goals, and give glory to God in victory or defeat.
Enjoying life by living it according to God's Word, acting responsibly and becoming confident and caring young people with character and integrity.
Building life-long relationships with others, esteeming others as more important than themselves and broadening their social experiences.
Respecting human diversity including cultural, racial, religious and philosophical differences and choosing to resolve conflicts with courtesy and consideration for others.
Becoming respectful and productive citizens, practicing democratic rights and responsibilities and reaching out to those in need. Romans 13:1
2013/14 SCHOOL VERSE
"For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who beleives.." Romans 1:16