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.”