We firmly believe that – by the perfect sacrifice of Jesus Christ – we are adopted by God as His sons and daughters. This belief defines our identity and our attitude towards others and the world.
We believe that we have a mission in this world. We consider our family life, our relationships, our profession, and our social responsibility as part of God’s mission.
We believe that the role of the local church is central in the life and ministry of a Christian.
Our school is independent from any denominations; therefore we welcome students from any church background, who identify themselves as Christians.
Our teaching is based on the universal Christian confessions, closely the Reformation/Protestant theology, and thus we strive to interpret the Bible in a Christ-centered way.
We are committed to a theologically sophisticated, well-founded, yet practical, near-life, mode of teaching.