A. To give God the glory in all things.
B. To instill loyalty to our country, king and government.
C. To provide an educational experience that is designed to point the child to God.
D. To give the children a Christ–centered education (Colossians 1: 16-18).
E. To support the efforts of parents as they accept and fulfill their responsibility to give their children a Christian education (Psalm 78: 1-7); Deuteronomy 6:7; Proverbs 6: 20-23).
F. To turn the hearts of the children to their fathers so that they will listen to them and receive their instruction. (Malachi 4: 5-6; Proverbs 20:20; Isaiah 38: 19).
G. To encourage children to put their trust in Jesus Christ for eternal life (Roman 10:13).
H. To train children to be able to recognize godly men and women who live their lives in obedience to God (Philippians 3: 17).
I. To equip children to view and evaluate all of life, experience, and knowledge from a Biblical perspective (Isaiah 55: 6-9; Proverbs 16:25).
J. To encourage children to have a personal relationship with God, which manifests itself in knowing, loving, and fearing His authority (Proverbs 2:1-5; Matthew 22: 36-37; Proverbs 1:7).
K. To develop an understanding of one’s unique responsibility to God and to one another (Philippians 2:;1-4; I Corinthians 13: 1-7).
L. To help the children realize their capabilities and limitations and how to make the most of them, toward growth and service. (II Timothy 1:8-9; Ephesians 1: 3-12).
M. To equip each child with the ability to communicate clearly, logically, and effectively through reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
N. To encourage creativity and curiosity.
O. To encourage an appreciation of the arts.
P. To teach the fundaments of physical fitness, nutrition, and hygiene.
Q. To teach the fundamentals of Bible, Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies and Science.