Our school is thoroughly biblical in its philosophy of education. We affirm the Divine inspiration, truthfulness and authority of both the Old and New Testament scriptures, in their entirety, and the only written Word of God, without error in all that it affirms, and the only infallible rule of life, faith and practice. We also affirm the power of God's word to accomplish His purpose of salvation. The message of the Bible is addressed to all mankind, for God's revelation in Christ and Scripture is unchangeable. Through it, the Holy Spirit still speaks today. He illuminates the minds of God's people in every culture to preserve its truth freshly through their own eyes.
Jesus is the image of the invisible God, which is to say He is Himself very God. He took upon Himself our nature, being conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary. He died on the cross as a substitutionary sacrifice for the sins of the world. He arose from the dead in the body in which He was crucified. He ascended into Heaven in that body glorified, where he is now, our interceding High Priest.
We strongly believe that education is one of the most, if not the most, important investments in the future of individuals, communities, nations, and the world - that it is vital to sustainable social and economic success. It is also a fundamental human right. The reality is that education, globally, faces a crisis; a crisis of resources, of time, and of support. Governments need assistance. School leaders need assistance. Teachers need assistance and most of all students always need assistance.
That's where the Keystone learning environment can lend a hand or, both hands. We assist students, teachers, stakeholders and the community as a whole to connect, collaborates, create, and share so that students can realize their greatest potential. We have the tools and the technology to assist teachers to do what they do best: teaching kids and growing young minds.
We believe that technology is simply a tool that when used appropriately in an educational context can help improve teaching and learning. But, technology is only one piece of a larger solution supported by peer-coaching, professional development for school leaders and teachers and the innovations in teaching and learning being led by teachers on the ground and also virtually, every day. The future started many years ago but, if we don’t pay particular attention to this technological train we will certainly be left behind.