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Goals of Adventist Education
The goal of Adventist Education is to encourage each student along in their journey of life and provide opportunities, lessons, and modeling for the following benchmarks:
Commitment to the Church
Family and Interpersonal Relationships
Develop a sense of self-worth, along with skills in interpersonal relationships needed for meeting the responsibilities of family membership, and respond with sensitivity to the needs of others.
Develop an understanding of multi-cultural diversity and historical heritage, and a working knowledge of governmental processes, while affirming a belief in the dignity and worth of others and a responsibility for one's local, national, and global environments.
Accept personal responsibility for achieving and maintaining optimum physical, mental, and spiritual health.
Adopt a systematic, logical approach to decision-making and problem-solving based on a body of scientific, mathematical, and historical knowledge, within the context of a biblical perspective.
Acquire optimum competency in verbal and nonverbal communication, in the use of information technology, and in effective communication of one's faith.
Develop an appreciation of the beautiful, both in God's creation and in human expression, while nurturing individual ability in the fine arts.
Career and Service
Develop a strong work ethic and an appreciation of the dignity of service, along with an awareness of career options and opportunities, as they relate to one's personal involvement in the mission of the church.
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