Parents trust our schools to provide school environments where students are safe to develop, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. We take this responsibility seriously and strive to provide physically and emotionally safe environments for young people to learn and grow in confidence into future leaders of our communities. We challenge each student to look beyond themselves and, with Jesus as their most important teacher, develop hearts of kindness, courage, and compassion for others.
We embrace differences of ethnicity, culture, religion, economics, and learning processes. For students that require special assistance, our schools are committed to working with each family to accommodate their needs.