Core Values

Redwood Christian Schools Core Values

The objectives of the school are centered around five basic character builders:

I. To establish CHRISTIAN TRUTH as a guide for life in:

  1. Understanding that God is the creator and sustainer of the universe, through which His eternal power and His divine nature are clearly seen by man. (Nehemiah 9:6) 
  2. Acceptance that the Bible is the inspired and inerrant Word of God, the only authority for faith and practice. (II Timothy 3:16, 17)
  3. Knowledge that all men are sinners and can have salvation only through personal faith in Jesus Christ as Savior. (Titus 3:5, 6)
  4. Development (after coming to know Christ) of a consistent Christian life through prayer and daily Bible study. (I Peter 2:2) 
  5. Desire to invest one’s life in Christian service to the glory of God. (Colossians 1:9, 10)

II. To maintain a HIGH ACADEMIC STANDARD through:

  1. Mastery of the skills of communication (writing, reading, speaking) and math so thoroughly that the student will be prepared to acquire further knowledge without hindrance. (Colossians 3:23)
  2. Desire to work at maximum ability. (Ecclesiastes 9:10)
  3. Ability to discern truth from error. (I John 4:6)

III. To instill PURE MORALS in the heart of the student by:

  1. Development of an appreciation for the values accrued from our past spiritual and cultural heritage. (Psalm 61:5) 
  2. Inculcation of the desire to choose right over wrong and to hold to one’s convictions under pressure. (Daniel 1:8)

IV. To generate a SPIRIT OF PATRIOTISM by teaching:

  1. Loyalty to our country and a recognition of unscriptural teachings which undermine our country’s foundations. (I Peter 2:13-17)
  2. Recognition of government as God-ordained. (Romans 13:1) 
  3. The need to become involved citizens of this nation for the Lord’s sake. (Acts 13:36a)

V. To live a DISCIPLINED LIFE by attempting to practice:

  1. Submission to the Holy Spirit who conforms us to the image of Christ. (Romans 8:9, 10)
  2. Self-restraint and consideration of others. (I Corinthians 9:25, 27)
  3. Submission to the legitimate authorities with full cooperation and, if directed by God, to become a strong, gracious leader. (Titus 3:1, Joshua 1:9)