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Campion Academy is dedicated to educating students in a knowledge of God the Creator and Jesus the Savior as revealed through the Holy Spirit in the Word. By creating a safe, caring environment, with the Law of God as the guide of life and grace as God's redeeming power, students are encouraged to develop physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually. Thus, they will be led to co-operate with the divine purpose in preparation for service in this life and the life to come.

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Campion Academy is dedicated to educating students in a knowledge of God the Creator and Jesus the Savior as revealed through the Holy Spirit in the Word. By creating a safe, caring environment, with the Law of God as the guide of life and grace as God's redeeming power, students are encouraged to develop physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually. Thus, they will be led to cooperate with the divine purpose in preparation for service in this life and the life to come.

The Seventh-day Adventist Church recognizes God as the ultimate source of existence and truth. In the beginning, God created in His image a perfect humanity, a perfection later marred by sin. Through Christ and His Spirit, God determined to restore humanity from its lost state. Through the Bible, He has revealed His will to the world, a revelation that supersedes human reason. Through His church on earth, He seeks the lost for His kingdom.

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The basic tenets of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, as well as the inspired writing of Ellen White, are directed toward God's restorative plan for fallen humanity. The Church conducts its own system of education to engender belief in these tenets, within the context of one's personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and to foster a desire to share that relationship with others.

Made in God's image, every human being, although fallen, is endowed with attributes akin to those of the Creator. Therefore, Adventist education seeks to nurture thinkers rather than mere reflectors of others' thoughts; loving service rather than selfish ambition; maximum development of one's potential; and an appreciation for all that is beautiful, true, and good.

An education of this kind imparts far more than academic knowledge. It is balanced development of the whole person. Its time dimensions span eternity. In Adventist education, homes, schools, and churches cooperate together with divine agencies in preparing learners for citizenship here on this earth and in the New Earth to come.

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The following goal statements have been established to support the unique philosophy of Seventh-day Adventist education.

Each student will:

Acceptance of God and His Word
1. Surrender one's whole life to God through conversion and use the Bible as a basis for a relationship with Jesus Christ and a guide in all areas of life.

Commitment to the Church
2. Desire to know, live out, and share the basic tenets of the Seventh-day Adventist Church Family and Interpersonal Relationships
3. Develop a sense of self-worth, along with skills in interpersonal relationships needed for meeting the responsibilities of family membership, and respond with sensitivity to the needs of others.

Responsible Citizenship
4. Develop an understanding of multi-cultural diversity and historical heritage and a working knowledge of governmental

processes, while affirming a belief in the dignity and worth of others and a responsibility for one's local, national, and global environments.

Healthy, Balanced Living
5. Accept personal responsibility for achieving and maintaining optimum physical, mental, and spiritual health.

Intellectual Development
6. Adopt a systematic, logical approach to decision-making and problem-solving based on a body of scientific, mathematical, and historical knowledge, within the context of a biblical perspective.

Communication Skills
7. Acquire optimum competency in verbal and nonverbal communication in the use of information technology and in effective communication of one's faith.

Life Skills
8. Function responsibly in the everyday world, using Christian principles of stewardship, economy, and personal management.

Aesthetic Appreciation
9. Develop an appreciation of the beautiful, both in God's creation and in human expression, while nurturing individual ability in the fine arts.

Career and Service
10. Develop a strong work ethic and an appreciation of the dignity of service, along with an awareness of career options and opportunities, as they relate to one's personal involvement in the mission of the church.