Core Values

The essential or medullar values are those convictions and principles the school has acquired to guide the institution's general practice. Among these values are: 

 

  • Christ-centered Education. 
The ultimate goal of the school is that God might be glorified in everything, and this requires the person of Jesus Christ to be the center of everything we are, everything we do, and everything we will be. 
Being more like Christ every day is the daily challenge of the scholastic community. hoping  each  member can be transformed according to the mind of Christ in their own particular minds, attitudes and actions. ( 1 Corinthians 10:31,  1 John 1:6-7,  Romans 12:2,  Colossians 1:10,  Colossians 2:6-10,  Philippians 2:5,Hebrews 12:2).
  • Authority of the Scriptures
The Bible is the inspired word of God for humanity. The Bible shows us God's absolute Truth and His individual counsel to live in a way that pleases Him. ( 2 Timothy 3:16,  2 Peter 1:19-21,  Matthew 5:18,  John 5:39,  John 6:63,  Romans 15:4)
  • Academic Quality 
The learning of the students is a goal and a priority for the school. The learning not only includes the transmission of information, but also the development of the skills needed to handle and apply the information to the practical life in different ways. An academic education of excellence must be based on God's absolute Truth to develop the maximum potential of each of the students. ( Ephesians 4:14-15,  2 Timothy 3:14,  Proverbs 22:6.) 
  • Quest for Excellence 
We firmly believe that God has called us to be hard workers and to give our best in everything we do. Excellence is not a state of perfection but a process by which we continually seek to improve in all areas. ( 2 Timothy 2:15;  Proverbs 3:5-6;  Luke 2:52). 
  • Educational Community
A Christian School must be a community of grace conformed by all of its personnel, students and parents, where God can be clearly seen working in the speech, relationships and conduct of each one of them. It is also a place where children and young people are instructed in the fear of God. ( 1 John 3:18,  1 Timothy 4:11Hebrews 12:11,  Ephesians 4:3,  Deuteronomy 6:6-9)
  • Service to Others
Service is one of the principles of the kingdom of God. Everyone in school is called to serve each other. Serving others will develop character that pleases God. (Matthew 20:28,  John 13:14-16,  Ephesians 4:12,  1 Corinthians 12:1-31,  Matthew 28:19). 
  • Christian teachers 
Christian education requires each teacher be a living curriculum for the educational community. This is why each one of them will have to understand, practice and communicate continuously, with his words and actions, the principles of the Christian life and education. The ministry of Christian education must be carried out with the power of the Holy Spirit. ( 2 Corinthians 3:2-5, Zachariah 4:6.  1 Thessalonians 5:14,  Luke 6:40). 
  • Integrity 
The personal relationships, policies, procedures, academic performance are all based on honesty and justice. ( Proverbs 11:5a,  Philippians 2:51Timothy 4:7Matthew 18:15-17,  Matthew 7:12).
  • Stewardship
The school recognizes the importance of this principle and is committed to be a good administrator of the God-given time, resources, gifts and talents.