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Vision – Mission

Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Graduate Profile

 

Our Mission

 We provide our children with an excellent, Christ-centred education in a safe and caring environment to enable them to reach their full potential.

 

Our Vision

 To see every child loving and serving Jesus confidently and joyfully, equipped with a keen, discerning mind, a clear Christian worldview, and advanced learning and communication skills; and to inspire them with a love of learning, empowering them to have a tremendous impact on their world.

 

Our Core Values

 Our core values are our non-negotiables, defining who we are and why we love Immanuel so much.

Immanuel is distinctively Christian – we bring everything under the lordship of Christ, being founded on Him and His word.

Immanuel is committed to excellence – we believe that we owe God our very best.

Immanuel is forward-thinking – we value innovation and strive to discover the best practices for student learning.

Immanuel is a community of grace – we go beyond rules and consequences in order to reach the hearts of our students and to shepherd them in the way of following Jesus.

Immanuel is a place of joy – we love to see our students happy, laughing, and comfortable in a place where they belong.

Immanuel is welcoming – we provide a safe, caring environment where students are protected and where they can grow into the person God has called them to be.

 

Profile of the Graduate

 We pray that God will bless our work as we lead our students toward this vision:

Towards God…

A living, experiential relationship with Christ

A love for God that encompasses all their heart, soul, mind, and strength Commitment to bringing all of life under the lordship of Christ

Grounded knowledge of His Word

Confidence in apologetics, in sharing their beliefs and engaging their culture

Inwardly…

An intellectually-vibrant, wide-ranging love of learning

Appreciation for beauty in creation and in the arts

Discernment, with strong critical thinking skills

Strong communication skills, both written and verbal

Understanding of being in the image of God: healthy mind, healthy body, healthy attitudes

Towards others…

A servant heart, committed to community, caring for the needy

A desire to spread God’s kingdom

Ability to lead, to follow, and to support their team

A welcoming spirit, building healthy relationships

 

“Being confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ.” (Phil. 1:6)

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