① When students read the Bible, they read it as the word given to them following the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
② Students read at least one book every week (from the Gospels, from the Epistles, from the Old Testament).
③ Students memorize the Bible verses designated by the teacher every week.
④ Students accurately understand the original meaning of the Bible in line with its overall content, considering the context, grammar, and historical background of that time.
⑤ The teacher adequately explains and teaches so that students can understand and apply the Bible correctly.
⑥ The teacher proves to the students the absolute truth and absolute necessity of the Bible.
⑦ The teacher clearly teaches students about salvation and sanctification mentioned in the Bible.
⑧ Students accurately confess God's love, Jesus Christ's salvation, and the guidance of the Holy Spirit and put it into practice.
① Study to write with accurate spelling, grammar, and style.
② Students should understand all subject materials correctly and be able to organize and record them.
③ Express thoughts accurately in speech and writing.
④ Study the Bible and literature books with high values.
⑤ School life and all classes are conducted in English.
① Learn the foundation of reading, which is pronunciation.
② Learn to read accurately.
③ Read various literature.
④ Choose books suitable for the students' level and study to understand them correctly and sufficiently.
⑤ Read high-level literature and apply and develop them in life.
⑥ Cultivate a habit of reading.
① Learn the foundational grammar for writing.
② Practice selecting precise words and expressing them in sentences.
③ After reading writings from various genres, discern the topics and themes.
④ Choose writings appropriate to the students' level, read them thoroughly and correctly, and study the stages of composition.
⑤ Read high-quality literature, apply and develop the author's thoughts and emotions in daily life.
⑥ Cultivate the habit of writing across diverse genres.
① Since it's a requisite exam for overseas college admissions, guide students to understand and use college-level standard American English.
② Understand the structure of the TOEFL exam (listening, reading, speaking, writing) and enhance skills through repetitive application questions.
③ We delve into subjects related to U.S. politics, society, science, and literature, as featured in the TOEFL exam. This approach not only enriches their knowledge but also equips students with an expansive vocabulary.
① Learn the basic grammar necessary for speaking.
② Study centered on phrases commonly used in daily life.
③ Boost confidence and guide towards natural speaking through role-playing.
① Students learn the principles of mathematics through logical processes and games.
② They not only learn the practical aspects of math but also thoroughly understand the conceptual parts.
③ God's unchanging nature can also be understood through the logical structure of mathematics gifted to humans by God.
① God is the sovereign ruler and leader of human history. Therefore, the meaning of all human history cannot be explained without His sovereignty and guidance.
② We are taught to realize God's providence in the Earth we live in and in the history He intervened and guided.
③ To expand our understanding of world and U.S. history and geography, we study Korea, where we live, and the real-life elements of these countries.
④ In order to deepen our understanding of history and geography, we undertake various studies and field practices, such as outdoor classes, inviting speakers, music, art, food, and architecture.
⑤ Students grasp the linear perspective of Christian history in terms of time.
① We realize and understand God's providence in creating the universe.
② To understand the order of His creation, scientific hypotheses are established and experiments are conducted.
③ Through this, students learn the inherent laws and truths of the universe established by God.
④ Science is learned as a 'means to an end'.
⑤ Science itself is not the goal; scientific methods (i.e., curiosity, experimentation, proof, research) are not independent entities but tools to reveal the truth and should be viewed as processes.
⑥ Learning takes place through lectures and hands-on practice. For instance, students familiarize themselves with the scientific method and basic practices repeatedly before studying two stages of practical science. They learn through diverse research and practices.
⑦ For example, they learn through various experiments, proofs, and research (e.g., invited lectures, outdoor practices, etc.).
① Understand and explore God's creativity and originality, developing latent creativity.
② Students learn to make aesthetic and practical decisions through their work and are involved in shaping their environment.
③ They appreciate various artistic mediums and, through collaborative works, gain sensory experiences, harmony, and understanding of diverse roles and functions.
① Students are trained to regularly praise God correctly, joyfully, and excellently.
② Students learn instrumental performance and vocalization.
③ Based on the Bible, they study a variety of classical music, hymns, and contemporary music.
④ Students receive individual instruction to enhance their performance skills.
① Basic training in speaking, listening, reading, and writing correctly is conducted.
② They establish a correct national perspective through language.
① Understand correct history and traditional culture to have pride as a cultural nation.
② Through studying Korean history, patriotism and a correct national perspective are established.
① In group life, students learn order and rules, cultivating a cooperative spirit.
② Various physical activities are conducted to train both body and mind healthily.
① Understand Chinese language and culture through learning everyday Chinese and Chinese culture.
② Systematic Chinese learning is conducted through textbooks according to grade level.
① The individual talents of each student are discovered.
② Students are encouraged to actively participate in school activities and, through service, learn the ministry of stewardship.
③ Through group activities, students are educated to possess a harmonious personality and to interact with each other.