Spiritual and Moral:
o To develop their faith in God and His Word.
o To allow students to see their need for God to transform their lives.
o To know, understand, and accept the plan of salvation and being able to communicate it.
o To create an interest in and a reverence for God’s Word.
o To model character that demonstrates Christ-like attitudes and traits.
o To mobilize them to act like Christians and not just talk like them (we want the world to see Jesus in them and through them).
Personal and Social:
o To help them to realize and understand their purpose for living.
o To equip them with the tools to serve their community.
o To build their character and value systems
o To provide an opportunity to live in a Christian community and to have Christian friends.
o To instill strong discipline.
o To learn to appreciate different cultures.
o To teach students the value of work.
o To teach students to stand up for their personal convictions.
o To provide opportunities to develop student leadership.
o To teach proper etiquette.
o To teach students how to relate to the opposite sex.
o To help them choose a career based on their God given purpose.
o To help them set academic, spiritual, and service goals to achieve their purpose.
o To teach the importance and use of organization and planning.
o Help them exercise those academic, spiritual and social tools in their day to day life.
o To challenge them to grow and achieve excellence.
o To instill a love for learning and achieving.
o To teach students how to set and achieve goals.
o To encourage students to work up to their God-given abilities.
o To provide opportunities for students to experience the athletic and creative abilities through extra-curricular activities.
o To expose and to challenge students to research and study independently.
o To relate all subjects to the Word of God.
o To equip students with the skills, courses and service projects needed to meet their goals.
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