Students are given the opportunity to accept increasing amounts of responsibility and independence in an academically challenging environment. Students and teachers work together in a climate of respect and collaborative learning. We value and creativity, critical thinking, effective communication, and implement various teaching strategies and techniques that take students' various learning styles.
The teachers in the middle and high schools value each individual and encourage students to take risks and become an active participant in their own education. There are also student competitions and events such as: spelling bees, speech meets, Math Olympics, History Fair, Science Fairs, Serv-a-Thon, Bike-a-thon, Spirit Week, Student Council, writing competitions, drama, worship team, missions trips, See You at the Pole, weekly chapel, career-based field trips, and retreats to Camp Forest Springs (a Bible-based science camp).