Educational goals are important to the education process. They provide direction and purpose. It is our expectation that staff will at all times be moving toward accomplishing the following goals:
100 percent of the students will have personal relationship with Jesus Christ (John 3:3).
100 percent of the students will be water baptized (Mark 16:15,16).
To be spiritually mature ( 1 Cor. 14:20).
To be able to view the whole of life from God's perspective (Eph. 2:10; 5:16; 2 Peter 1:3).
To be effective in the area in which God has called him to serve (2 Peter 1:3; Heb.10:24,25).
To be conformed to the image (likeness) of Jesus, to think like Him and to act like Him (Matt. 5:48; John 15:4).
To understand the basic doctrines of the Bible (Titus 2:1).
To be a bold witness for Jesus Christ (Romans 10:15‑18).
To be submissive to those in authority from God's perspective (Romans 13:1‑7; Heb.13:17; Eph. 6:1‑3).
100 percent of the students will score at the 75 percent level as measured by the yearly standardized achievement test.
100 percent of the graduating seniors will score no less than 21 on the ACT test.
To have an informed mind (Rom. 15:14), quickened judgment (1 Cor.2:15) and exactness of thought (Col.4:6)
To voice the Christian point of view in the social sciences—Economics, History, Geography, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, Law, Anthropology (Prov. 14:34; Rom.13).
To recognize God's revelation of truth through the natural sciences-Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Anatomy, Botany, Geology, Physiology, Zoology (Gen. 1:1; Ps.19).
To embrace God's place in the humanities—Art and Music, Literature (Deut. 31:1 , I Tim. 3; 1 Cor. 2).
To effectively communicate in every facet of Christian living and service—writing, reading, speaking and thinking (Ex. 17:14; Prov. 29:11; James 3).
To use good study skills and habits (2 Tim. 2:3‑7).
To know how to research and to reason logically from a biblical perspective (Heb. 5:14; Rom. 12:2).
100 percent of the students will score in the Healthy Fitness Zone in the Presidential Youth Fitness Program.
To maintain a lifestyle of physical fitness ( 3 John 2; 1 The. 5:23; Ps. 92:12‑14).
To take care of the body as the Temple of the Holy Spirit (1 Cor. 3:16; 1 Cor. 6:19,20).
To participate in quality leisure‑time and sport activities (Gal.5:7‑9,16,24; Prov. 3:1,2).
100 percent of the students will display Christ-like attitudes and positive character traits as evidenced by their behavior in and out of the classroom as evidenced by behavioral records.
To be a good citizen (Rom.13:1‑7).
To display good ethics (Rom.13:9).
To respect rights and property of others (Rom. 14:13).
To foster a good attitude (1 John 2:15‑17).
To become a positive example (1 Tim. 4:12).
To contribute positively to Christ‑centered homes and families (Eph.5:22,23; 2 Peter 3:18).
To foster wholesome, Christ‑pleasing relationships (1 The. 4:1‑7; 1 Tim. 4:12; Gen. 2:18‑25; Eph. 5:22,33). The final outcome is fulfillment of 2 Timothy 3:17, "That the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works.”