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Expected Student Outcomes (ESOs)

Spiritual ESOs

Upon graduation, students will be equipped with a biblical worldview that impacts mind, heart, and body in ongoing Christian maturity and ministry in the world. Students will understand the importance and practice of prayer, the study of Scripture, intellectual and spiritual growth, physical health, and participation in a local church and/or ministry. Students will comprehend, apply, and seek to maximize their unique gifting and vocational endeavors for life-long Gospel contribution to society and culture (1 Thess. 5:23–24). 

Academic ESOs

Upon graduation, students will develop an academic proficiency from a biblical worldview that enables and empowers them to flourish academically in accordance with the knowledge and wisdom of Christ. Students will obtain a mastery of core subjects, critical-thinking skills, a learner’s disposition, an appreciation for the arts and classical literature, written communication skills, technological skills and safe practices, and the practical tools for assessing and evaluating each student’s future college and/or career path (Col. 1:9–10).

Physical ESOs

Upon graduation, students will acquire the knowledge and practical skills necessary for honoring one’s body as the image of God. Students will grasp the value and discipline of exercise, nutrition, hygiene, and healthy sleep/rest patterns (1 Cor. 6:19–20).

Social ESOs

Upon graduation, students will be equipped and empowered to demonstrate the attitude and servant heart of Jesus Christ toward fellow humanity. Students will embody a biblical worldview and Christian values that correlate with loving motivations and acts. Accordingly, students will appropriately interrelate, serve, and respect all people from all backgrounds, whether in direct or indirect communicative contexts (Jn. 13:12–17). 

Emotional ESOs

Upon graduation, students will acquire a well-rounded understanding and practice of emotional care that issues from a biblical worldview rooted in God’s benevolence and the Holy Spirit’s empowerment. Students will cultivate emotional health by assessing, evaluating, and responding faithfully and fruitfully to their emotions for a holistic and healthy life in Christ (Ps. 139:23–24).

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