Academically, the school endeavours to:

  1. 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)
  2. provide an optimal academic training in language arts, mathematics, the sciences and social studies.
  3. 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)
  4. 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)
  5. teach the students to research and to reason logically from a Biblical perspective. (Heb. 5:14; Rom. 1:2)
  6. cultivate creative and critical thinking based upon the proper use of Biblical criteria for evaluation. (2 Tim. 3:14-17)
  7. 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)
  8. promote high academic standards within the individual as uniquely created by God and to help the student realize his full academic potential.
  9. motivate the student to pursue independent study in areas of personal interest.
  10. teach the students to use good study skills and habits. (Is. 28:26; 2 Tim. 2:3-7)