Academically, the school endeavours to:
- produce an understanding of and an appreciation for God’s world, developing an awareness of man’s roles in his environment and his God-given responsibility to subdue, use and preserve it properly. (Gen. 1:28; Ps. 8:6; Heb. 2:6-8)
- provide an optimal academic training in language arts, mathematics, the sciences and social studies.
- train and discipline those skills and attitudes necessary for satisfaction and productivity in the world of work and/or advanced levels of schooling. (Prov. 22:6; Thess. 4:11)
- teach the students to understand and use the fundamental processes in communicating and dealing with others such as reading, writing, speaking, and listening. (1 Tim. 4:13)
- teach the students to research and to reason logically from a Biblical perspective. (Heb. 5:14; Rom. 1:2)
- cultivate creative and critical thinking based upon the proper use of Biblical criteria for evaluation. (2 Tim. 3:14-17)
- teach the students to see in the history of the world the unfolding of God’s will and His providential care for His Church. (Josh. 4:5-7; Matt. 10:29-31; Belgic Conf. Art. XIII)
- promote high academic standards within the individual as uniquely created by God and to help the student realize his full academic potential.
- motivate the student to pursue independent study in areas of personal interest.
- teach the students to use good study skills and habits. (Is. 28:26; 2 Tim. 2:3-7)