The Association of Christian Schools International believes that Christian Schools must pursue excellence.  As a member of the Association of Christian Schools International we commit to the following:


  • Live according to the Word of God
  • The Statement of Faith of ACSI.
  • The Vision and Mission Statement of ACSI
  • The Core Beliefs of ACSI
  • Acknowledge the noble calling of our profession to educate and train the learners in our schools in Spirit and in Truth, according to God’s Word; 


  • Adhere to relevant legislation for operating as an independent school
  • Observe best practice
  • To meet local health, safety and sanitation standards
  • To operate within the parameters of the Constitution of the Republic of Zimbabwe as well as the Education Act, Chapter 25:04, specifically with reference to Section 56 of the Constitution:
  • Not to discriminate on the basis of nationality, race, colour, gender, tribe, place of birth, ethnic or social origin, language, or class.
  • Maintain standards that are not inferior to standards at comparable public educational institutions

 Principals and Boards:

Engaging in ongoing school improvement and in the core components: (As outlined in ACSI’s Essential Elements of an Effective Christian School)

  • Truth
  • Intellectual Development
  • Christian Educators
  • Potential in Christ
  • Operational Integrity
  • Sound and effective management and control
  • Offering adequate programmes to meet the needs of all admitted students
  • Hiring educators who are suitably qualified
  • Maintain the freedom to provide an educational programme which satisfies national academic standards
  • Providing facilities that are appropriate for the educational programmes offered

As Educators

  • Acknowledge the uniqueness, individuality, and specific needs of each learner, guiding and encouraging each to realise his or her potential as stated in the Psalms :”You are fearfully and wonderfully made.” 
  • Endeavour to enable learners to develop a set of values consistent with the Word of God.  Pursuing excellence in every area of education.
  • Act in a proper and becoming way such that their behaviour does not bring Christ or the teaching profession into disrepute.
  • To provide for the Spiritual, Intellectual, Emotional and Physical needs of our students.
  • To teach from a Biblical Worldview perspective, focusing on Spiritual formation.
  • Educating towards reaching the  expected student outcomes as set by ASCI.
  • Offering adequate programmes to meet the needs of all admitted students.
  • The teaching, learning and assessment of knowledge, skills, values and attitudes.
  • Acknowledge that the attitude, dedication, self-discipline, ideals, training and conduct of the teaching profession determines the quality of education in our schools.
  • Avoid any form of humiliation, and refrain from any form of abuse, physical, emotional, or psychological.
  • Use appropriate language and behaviour in his or her interaction with learners, and act in such a way as to elicit respect from the students.
  • Not be negligent or indolent in the performance of his or her professional duties.
  • Takes reasonable steps to ensure the safety of the students.
  • Exercise authority with compassion.
  • Recognise the parents as partners in education, and promote a harmonious relationship with them.
  • Do what is practically possible to keep parents adequately and timeously informed about the well-being and progress of the student.