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Our Mission & Philosophy

Our Mission

To offer a challenging academic experience complemented by a rich tradition of service, character building and leadership; excellence in the performing arts and athletics while preparing each student to meet the global challenges facing our future and developing a lifelong relationship with Jesus Christ.

Our Philosophy

The Seventh-day Adventists Church recognizes God as the ultimate source of existence and truth. In the beginning, God created in His image a perfect humanity, a perfection later marred by sin. Through Christ and His spirit, God determined to restore humanity from its lost state. Through the Bible, He has revealed His will to the world, a revelation that superseded human reason. Through His Church on earth, He seeks the lost of His kingdom.

The basic tenets of the Seventh-day Adventists Church, as well as the inspired writings of Ellen White, are directed toward God’s restorative plan for fallen humanity. The Church conducts its own system of education to engender belief in these tenets, within the context of one’s personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and to foster a desire to share that relationship with others.

Made in God’s image, every human being, although fallen, is endowed with attributes akin to those of the Creator. Therefore, Adventist education seeks to nurture thinkers rather than mere reflectors of others’ thoughts; loving service rather than selfish ambition; maximum development of one’s potential; and an appreciation for all that is beautiful, true, and good.

An education of this kind imparts for more than academic knowledge. It is a balanced development of the whole person. Its time dimensions span eternity. In Adventist education, homes, schools, and churches cooperate together with divine agencies in preparing learners for citizenship here on this earth and in the New Earth to come.

Objectives

Seventh-day Adventist schools are established to help students attain the fullest and noblest development of character. Students are taught to live Christ centered lives now, while preparing for eternal life with Christ.

Specific objectives include:

  • To help students adopt a Christian philosophy of life based on Biblical principles.
  • To lead students to explore God’s plan for their lives.
  • To help students as they choose to cooperate with God’s plan for their lives.
  • To acquaint students with the doctrines of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and role and operation of the church.
  • To develop in students leadership qualities.
  • To develop in the habits of accuracy and sound judgment in thinking and doing in students.
  • To prepare students for useful service in a chosen vocation.
  • To help students practice the principles of healthful living, recognizing that physical fitness is the foundation of a happy life.
  • To help students develop the social graces.
  • To help students cultivate a sense of civic responsibilities.