Balanced Christian Global Leader Jones International Christian Studies.
- PRIDE [ SELF - ESTEEM ]Educational Philosophy
- "He who formed me in the womb to be his servant to bring Jacob back to him and gather Israel to himself, for I am honored in the eyes of the LORD and my God has been my strength"(Isaiah 49:5) We are the children of God who bear the likeness of God. Since Jesus loved so much that he died on the cross, our self-esteem should not be determined by other’s evaluation or compliments but by the truth of who we are in Christ.
- DEVOTION Educational Philosophy
- Jesus Christ demonstrated his love and devotion by sacrificially serving his disciples. Following Christ’s example, We dedicate ourselves to raising students to be the future leaders who are devoted to their calling of serving God and others. "For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many." (Mark 10:45)
- HEALTH Educational Philosophy
- "Dear friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well." (3 John 1:2) We help our students to be mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually healthy. To promote a healthy school life, we provide adequate exercise, recess and healthy meals. Also, through our emotional support and training, we aim to strengthen the children’s mental health.
- CREATIVE THINKING Educational Philosophy
- Our motto is that we are 'Different to others’, rather than ‘better than others' We provide students with opportunities to discover their unique, creative talents through visual arts, physical education, and second language education. We conduct various activities within these subjects, which allow the students to discover and exercise their gifts and talents.
- AUTONOMY Educational Philosophy
- We believe that encouraging students’ autonomy is directly related to their self-determination. Thus we train students to raise an ability for self-motivation and determination by respecting their decisions and choices. Rather than evaluating students’ speech or personal opinions, we encourage them to express their own individual thoughts and opinions