Biblical Philosophy: 

A thoroughly biblical philosophy of education should be implemented in Christian schools in all cultural contexts.

Critical Thinking: 

Students should learn how to process information and think critically in the context of a biblical worldview.

Parental Education Responsibility: 

Parents have the primary responsibility for the education of their children; the school serves the Christian home.

Bible As A Core Subject: 

The teaching of Bible as a core subject is essential to the academic curriculum.

Academic Excellence: 

Schools should be committed to academic excellence, maximizing each student’s potential.

Professional Development: 

Professional resources and training are vital for the development and growth of Christian educators and schools.

Great Commission: 

Students and educators in Christian schools worldwide should be involved in the Great Commission by evangelizing and discipling.

Biblical Integration: 

The biblical integration of every planned learning experience is crucial to effective Christian schooling.

Educational Choice:

The opportunity for Christian schooling should be accessible to families as a means of intellectual and spiritual development and formation for a life of service to God and society.

School Improvement: 

Christian schools should be involved in a plan of consistent evaluation and assessment for continuous improvement.


The teaching/learning process in Christian schools should reflect a Christ-like sensitivity, relevant to a diverse school community.


The ministry of Christian schooling can best be accomplished through cooperation with other appropriate individuals, agencies, and organizations in providing programs, materials, and services