1. To cultivate, recognize, and respect the opinions and contributions of child, parent, and teacher.
  2. To provide a safe, nurturing environment for learning where individuality is recognized and diversity is celebrated.
  3. To provide instruction that encourages development of each child's practical, cognitive, physical, social, and moral potential.
  4. To present a curriculum that is intellectually stimulating and developmentally appropriate.
  5. To encourage initiative, self-discipline, critical thinking and creative approaches to problem-solving.
  6. To foster the values of good citizenship through community service, civic awareness, and development of leadership potential.