Student Objectives
Our program requires a biblical approach to life and learning, addresses the whole person, and equips students to become:
Responsible Learners who
  1. Understand Bible stories, the plan of salvation, and a Christian worldview.
  2. Understand subject content and skills
  3. Integrate content and skills from different subjects
  4. Value learning
  5. Use appropriate learning strategies
Discerning Thinkers who
  1. Use a biblical perspective
  2. Solve problems
  3. Organize and use information to support conclusions
  4. Make creative products and presentations
Productive Collaborators who
  1. Respect themselves and others as being created in God's image
  2. Work with others
Effective Communicators who
  1. Communicate through writing, speaking, reading, listening, graphs and charts, and the arts
  2. Integrate different forms of communication
Faithful Caretakers who
  1. Serve God and others, and care for God's creation
  2. Value and maintain physical, social, emotional, moral, and spiritual health

"School Without Walls"
During one week in October, students gain experience off campus. Trips include a wilderness camp, leadership training, and assisting tsunami survivors.



God's creation
Students learn about other inhabitants of God's world during field trip to an aquarium.



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