We state these propositions neither lightly nor as easy generalizations. We here stake out a lofty claim for the value of the written word. We do so because we believe that it is possessed of enormous variety and usefulness, worthy of cherishing and keeping free. We realize that the application of these propositions may mean the dissemination of ideas and manners of expression that are repugnant to many persons. We do not state these propositions in the comfortable belief that what people read is unimportant. We believe rather that what people read is deeply important; that ideas can be dangerous; but that the suppression of ideas is fatal to a democratic society. Freedom itself is a dangerous way of life, but it is ours.
The education principles are to:
· Cultivate good habits that develop healthy body and mind.
· Foster a considerate child who can interact with everyone.
· Foster the child’s ability to continue courageously to the end for righteousness.
· Nurture fine characters to contribute to future society.
· Develop and foster rich creativity and humanity by cherishing each child’s distinct personality.
The school’s vision is reflected and summed up in its motto “To be Strong, Righteous and Free.”