2. To provide an environment conducive to the development of Christian character.
3. To encourage students to assume a growing responsibility to unselfish service to mankind and to identify themselves with the Church and with other organizations in society which emphasize service as an ideal?
4. To help students develop habits of healthful living.
5. To assist students to acquire the basic skills of reading, mathematics, and communication.
6. To enable students to develop critical thinking skills.
7. To encourage students to make decisions based on moral and ethical values, as well as on accumulated facts.
8. To provide opportunities for social growth within the context of the moral ethical standards of the church.
9. To help students develop discrimination in the use of leisure time.
10. To provide opportunities for students to develop aesthetic values and talents.
11. To provide learning experiences which are based on the use of materials and methods of instructions which reflect Seventh-day Adventist values.
12. To encourage students to become intellectually curious.
13. To provide an educational programmes which challenges students to educational excellence within the parameters of their interests, needs, and abilities of each individual.
14. To develop an appreciation for an understanding of the Bible as the written Word of God, an infallible rule of faith and practice for the Christian.
Dear youth, what is the aim and purpose of your life? Are you ambitious for education that you may have a name and position in the world? Have you thoughts that you dare not express, that you may one day stand upon the summit of intellectual greatness; that you may sit in deliberative and legislative councils, and help to enact laws for the nation? There is nothing wrong in these aspirations. You may every one of you make your mark. You should be content with no mean attainments. Aim high, and spare no pains to reach the standard.