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Expected School Wide Learning Outcomes 

1. CHRIST-CENTERED INDIVIDUALS (Colossians 2:6-8, Colossians 3:17)

  • Have accepted or have been challenged to accept Christ as their Lord and Savior.

  • Participate in prayer, worship, servanthood, and daily devotions in order to know God’s word.

  • Be active in displaying the Fruits of the Spirit in their daily lives.

  • Be able to share God’s Word as evidence of their faith.

2. PERPETUAL LEARNERS (Proverbs 22:6)

  •  Actively participate in learning through questioning, reading and being resourceful.

  •  Able to set and pursue future goals.

  •  Able to share and pass on what they learn to others.

  •  Able to reflect on their present progress in order to improve and grow in future academic and spiritual accomplishments.


  •  Able to connect and relate with others and express themselves to resolve issues in relationships.

  •  Able to convey thoughts in a clear manner, verbally or written.

  •  Able to articulate and speak in front of an audience.

  •  Able to listen well and show understanding by asking questions and interpreting information.

4. WORLD CHANGERS (Matthew 28)

  •  Able to apply ESLR’s #1, 2, and 3 as they go out into the community.

  •  Able to be ambitious and solve problems beyond themselves.

  •  Be confident in themselves and using their gifts for the Kingdom.

  •  Be humble, compassionate, and obedient disciples who are able to go out and impact the world.


At New Hope Christian School, we believe that Godly characteristics are important part of character building. Throughout the year, we focus on the sixteen-character traits below and encourage our students to exemplify these character traits both at school and at home.  

1. WISDOM & OBEDIENCE – Students will be acquainted with the value and helpfulness of wisdom and distinguish the effects of obedience and disobedience.

  •  “For wisdom is more precious than rubies and nothing you desire can compare with her.” Proverbs 8:11.

  •  "The wise in heart accepts commands, but the chattering fool comes to ruin.” Proverbs 10:8

2. ATTENTIVENESS & FAITH – Students will be aware of God’s attentiveness toward them and their need to be attentive to God and others. They will know of examples of God’s trustworthiness and place their faith in His care.

  • The eyes of the LORD are everywhere, keeping watch on the wicked and the good. Proverbs 15:3

  • Believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved – you and your household. Acts 16:31

3. THANKFULNESS & ORDERLINESS – Students will openly express thanks to God and others as well as know the benefits of orderliness.

  • We give thanks to You, O God, we give thanks, for Your Name is near; men tell of Your wonderful deeds.” Psalms 75:1

  • I (wisdom) was there when He set the heavens in place, and he marked out the horizon on the face of the deep.” Proverbs 8:27

4. MEEKNESS & LOYALTY – Students will serve others and understand the pleasantness of loyalty.

  • Honor one another above yourself. Romans 12:10

  • Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.” Hebrews 13:5

5. SELF-CONTROL & HONESTY – Students will have control over the choices and speak the truth because it pleases God.

  • He who guards his mouth, and his tongue will keep himself from calamity. Proverbs 21:23

  • Do not lie. Leviticus 19:11

6. DILIGENCE & PATIENCE – Students will practice diligence and patience and know the benefits of it.

  • Lazy hands make a man poor, but diligent hands bring wealth. Proverbs 10:4

  • A man’s wisdom gives him patience. Proverbs 19:11

7. FORGIVENESS & FAIRNESS – Students will know God’s fairness and know Him as the Great Forgiver.

  • Love your enemies, pray for those who persecute you. Matthew 5:44

  • Do nothing out of favoritism. I Timothy 5:21

8. INITIATIVE & LOVE – Students will show initiative and creativity when showing God’s love to others.

  • Whom shall I send? And who will go for us? And Isaiah said, Here I am, send me. Isaiah 6:8

  • If you love me, you will obey what I say. John 14:15

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