I. Concerning spiritual and moral development, graduates of Grace Christian School:
A. understand that the Holy Scripture, including its basic doctrines and precepts, is God’s revelation of Himself and is His intended standard for faith and living;
B. understand and personally accept salvation by Grace through faith in Jesus Christ;
C. understand the Lordship of Christ, pursue intimacy with God, and demonstrate love for God by obedience to His commandments;
D. exhibit ethical and moral application of a biblical world-view in all areas of personal life as well as national and global concerns;
E. understand that they are uniquely created in the image and likeness of God and possess the potential to develop their personhood and affect their family, church and world for Christ; and
F. embrace biblical excellence in the pursuit of education as a means of being a good steward of the gifts that God has given them.
II. Concerning academic/intellectual development, graduates of Grace Christian School:
A. commit to developing their God-given intellectual potential through all areas of study;
B. pursue knowledge as a means of knowing and understanding God more fully;
C. possess a comprehensive command of communication skills including reading, writing, speaking, and listening;
D. demonstrate critical thinking skills in research, logic, and problem solving;
E. demonstrate the ability to perceive and cope with ambiguity and opposing viewpoints;
F. integrate an appreciation of God’s creation with a sense of ethical and moral stewardship of both the environment and human culture;
G. understand that Biblically-based education includes development of the physical and aesthetic part of man as well as the academic part; and
H. pursue Godly wisdom and discernment in applying knowledge to life situations.
III. Concerning personal and social development, graduates of Grace Christian School:
A. understand that they are made by God in His own image, are unique in personality and potential, and have a unique role to fill in God’s plan for the world;
B. honor Christ by respecting the unique worth of others;
C. internalize a biblical concept of the roles of society, marriage, home, and church;
D. embrace a strong work ethic and derive satisfaction from progressive achievement;
E. recognize Jesus Christ as the model for spiritual, emotional, social, and academic development; and
F. continue to model servanthood by seeking opportunities for service in the home, church, and community.
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