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"The purpose of education is to glorify God; to enable men and women to answer the prayer, “Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.” Matthew 6:10. God invites teachers to be His helping hand in carrying out this purpose. He asks them to bring into their work the principles of heaven, the A B C of true education."
Counsels to Teachers, Parents and Students. p. 229
Teacher, Grades 5 & 6
I would like for my students to understand that they are unique individuals created by a loving God for a specific purpose. They must not only achieve academic greatness, but they must also reach their highest potential physically, mentally, morally, and spiritually.
Teacher, Grades 7 & 8
I value deeply the blueprint of true christian education. “In order for parents and teachers to do this work, they must themselves understand “the way” the child should go. This embraces more than merely having a knowledge of books. It takes in everything that is good, virtuous, righteous, and holy.
Teacher, High School English
"The true teacher is not satisfied with second-rate work...It is his ambition to inspire them with principles of truth, obedience, honor, integrity, and purity—principles that will make them a positive force for the stability and uplifting of society. He desires them, above all else, to learn life's great lesson of unselfish service." Ed 29
Teacher, High School Math
If we as educators have active supporting measures in place, all students no matter how slow their pace, will be capable of reaching significant benchmarks behaviorally and academically...I want
students to do more than exist as they were made in the image of God and will one day be called to a higher service.
Teacher Aide, Grade 7
It is my desire to bring an open mind, a positive attitude, and high expectations to the classroom each day guiding each child to be engaged in their own learning. I will provide a safe environment where students feel free share their ideas and challenge themselves.
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