- We believe all children can learn.
We believe in the worth and dignity of every child.
We believe positive self-esteem is critical to academic success.
We believe that successful programs produce high achievement.
We believe that the home, the church, the school and the community are all critical influences in preparing students to excel in society.
We believe in the necessity of teaching our children through the inspired, infallible, authoritative Word of God about the virgin birth, sinless life, resurrection and deity of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
We believe learning is not isolated but integrated across the curriculum.
We believe effective teachers prepare for and facilitate creative learning.
We believe developmentally appropriate activities create successful learning for every child.
We believe that respect is essential to success, whether it be to the student, teacher, parent, or personal property.
We believe teachers, parents and children working together promote student success.