We are a Bible-based school where we each mature as we expand our understanding of the Bible. We provide a rigorous and comprehensive program for Pre-K through 12th grades.

1. The basic truths of Scripture never change.
Times change, and we are responsible for understanding what the Lord is saying to us in Scripture so that we can effectively teach our students in the midst of the problems and changes in our community. It is the particular purpose of this school to encourage its students to develop Christian minds.

2. The Lord is with us.
We count on His presence in our endeavor to embrace a Christian approach to education and to life. The promises of the Bible remain true. If, by the aid of the Holy Spirit, we put the Scriptures into our hearts and minds, we surely shall find that the path will become much clearer to us. “Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path,” Psalms 119:105. Romans 12:11,2... “Be not fashioned according to this world, but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is the good and acceptable and perfect will of God.”

3. Commitment to follow Jesus through a personal relationship.
The school encourages commitment through Biblical studies as well as other academic activities enlightened by the Scriptures. The content of our curriculum dictates the way in which the school seeks to promote discipleship. The school is especially concerned that each student experience a logical exploration of the various aspects of God’s creation and recognize His presence in a mature and joyous way.

4. Christian Americanism
We place emphasis upon the greatness of America’s heritage and the sacrifices of her heroes. America’s Constitution guarantees liberties to educate in order to preserve freedom. We unashamedly teach the Biblical doctrines of self-discipline, respect for those in authority, obedience to the law, and love for God, flag, and country.

5. Academics
Including the basics of reading, writing, and arithmetic. In addition, Bible, history, science, technology, music, art, physical education, and service activities enrich our attention to the complete child: Spiritual, intellectual, and physical.