Christian education is defined as a Bible-based, Holy Spirit-empowered (Christ-centered) teaching–learning process. It seeks to guide individuals at all levels of growth through contemporary teaching means toward knowing and experiencing God’s purpose and plan through Christ in every aspect of living. It also equips people for effective ministry, with the overall focus on Christ the Master Educator’s example and his command to make disciples.
The Church education body in PCEA aims at nurturing Church members to be mature in their Christian faith, and to help them adopt Christ’s Spiritual ends and principles of action and apply them in their own situations. The goal of PCEA philosophy of education is to ensure the vision of the Presbyterian Church is achieved, by putting in place programs that facilitate and enhance spiritual growth for all Church members. The PCEA philosophy of the Christian school states clearly that an educational system that leaves God out of its teaching is giving children a religious education only. The church recognizes that the non-Christian philosophy of education has an integrating center in man, while a true philosophy of education integrates all truth in God and demonstrates the relationship of all subject matter to him. It is because of this philosophic divergence that many Christian educators view the Christian based school as the answer to the problem of providing a Theo-centric and thus Christo-centric educational program for children.
VISION: To have a society that has children and adults who are God fearing and uphold the Christian values of love, moral integrity, self-control and respect.
MISSION: We endeavor to make disciples by instilling knowledge through education for life.
MOTTO: Pursue knowledge for spiritual growth to avoid destruction.