Character Development

Education goes beyond what can be learned through reading, writing, and arithmetic. Character is not a lesson learned from textbooks but is developed by the choices individuals make in response to the circumstances of life. Homework, tests, projects, due dates, and sports help develop responsibility and time management. Honesty, dependability, and hard work are part of the educational process.
Forgiveness, kindness, gentleness, and humility are lessons taught through interaction with other children throughout the day. Our teachers model these attributes for their students in the classroom and encourage each child to cultivate godly character.