1. To lead students to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ (John 1:12, Matt. 16:26).

2. To teach the Bible as God's Inspired, Incarnate Word and to develop attitudes of love and respect toward it (Deut. 4:10. 6:6).

3. To develop a desire in the student to know and obey the will of God (Matt. 26:39).

4. To equip the student to carry out the will of God daily (I Thess. 4:3-12, I Tim. 4:12).

5. To encourage the student's love for Christ (Eph. 3:19).

6. To guide the student in learning the principles of standing alone (Dan. 1:18).

7. To develop the mind of Christ in each student and to teach students how to overcome sin (John 16:33).

8. To train students to stand for Biblical convictions (Ps. 119:46, Prov. 1:10).

9. To teach students the importance of examining everything in the light of God's Word (I Cor. 11:28).

10. To encourage the development of self-discipline and responsibility (Acts 24:16; I Cor. 11:28).

11. To train leaders who will be faithful servants of God (I Cor. 4:2).

12. To develop a sense of responsibility in placing God first in the student’s life (Matt. 6:33, Prov. 9:9-10).

13. To encourage the students to recognize the importance that a Bible-believing local church plays in the life of a family (Heb. 10:25; Psa. 122:1).

14. To help students see in the light of Scripture their responsibility of telling others about the Lord (Matt. 28:18-20).

15. To help students develop good interpersonal relationships with faculty, students, and family (Rom. 12:18).

16. To give our students a solid academic foundation in the fundamentals of learning geared for the average to above average student along with Christian training taught from a Biblical point of view (Col. 3:16, 17).

17. To stimulate an appreciation for the beauty of God’s creation.

18. To promote proper physical and social development (Luke 2:52).

19. To instill a knowledge of and appreciation for our cultural heritage (Prov. 14:34, 22:28).