Our educational philosophy is founded on the strength of the primary assumptions:

There is ultimately no knowledge that is incompatible with the Christian faith, and a sound education is based on the principles of truth given in the Bible.
Family engagement in the educational process makes a critical difference in the efficacy of a student’s education. Students learn best when there is a partnership between teachers and parents.
Ethics and leadership training, in the context of a reciprocal partnership between teachers and parents, provides the moral foundation necessary for superior scholarship.
The best learning environment is inquiry-based, promotes critical thinking, fosters a respect for diverse points of view and is committed to pursuit of truth.
For Christians, the goal of education is to train students for ministry, regardless of the vocation they choose.
Students learn best when they love to learn, and excitement and joy in learning should be nurtured by parents and teachers.
Hands-on projects and teaching to every learning style is important for maximizing learning and understanding.
Students learn best when there are high standards and the belief that every child is able to succeed, and learning should be differentiated as necessary to challenge each student appropriately.
Ethics and leadership training, in the context of a reciprocal partnership between teachers and parents, provides the moral foundation necessary for superior scholarship.