1. To guide, direct, instruct, train, and inspire our students as they grow and develop intellectually, emotionally, philosophically, ethically, and analytically.
2. To help prepare our students to succeed in college and to choose and fulfill useful and meaningful vocations.
3. To exercise our ability, authority, and responsibility as administrators, teachers, and support staff to help our students learn to appreciate, apply, and evaluate the great inventions, discoveries, philosophical observations, and artistic and literary achievements of humanity.
4. To help the student, through instruction and example, to become mature and responsible human beings, and, ultimately, to be sensitive, ethical, disciplined, and virtuous adult citizens.
5. To provide an environment in which the students will feel physically and emotionally secure, intellectually and morally strong and self-confident, and sensitive to the needs and feelings of others.