To make certain that every child possesses a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.
To cooperate with Christian homes in nurturing in the children those values, attitudes, and habits characteristic of a healthy Christian life, and particularly those described as “the fruit of the Spirit” (Galatians 5:22).
To impart to each child in a Christ-centered context the knowledge of himself and of the world.
To develop critical thinking and intellectual integrity.
To develop creative skills, skills for communication, and mathematical skills.
To train latent abilities, intellectual, esthetic, or physical.
To teach in the context of the American heritage, what is the Christian role in the country and in the world.
In general, to prepare pupils for informed, consecrated, mature, zealous Christian living in all spheres of life, in accordance with their native abilities regenerated and developed to their optimum level.