To make disciples of Christ who learn, grow, and serve!
Soli Deo Gloria!
(Latin for "Glory to God alone")
"The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge..."
- Proverbs 1:7 (NIV)
Fayston’s vision is to educate the next generation to change the world with a genuine Christian belief. Our curriculum is based on the principles contained in the Word of God. We incorporate teaching methodologies that employ critical thinking, debate, and educational projects to ensure students are able to use their minds creatively. Each student is to discover the calling of God in order to cultivate the faith, the character, and the intellect to exercise Christ's good influence in all areas of society.
Fayston places a central value on students' overall intelligence through integrated education. Not only to focus on major subjects, we focus on the integration of subjects that provide a balance between all subjects including art, music, and physical education, and the integration of classes that combine suburban classes (such as festivals, mission & cross-road trips, music concerts, camps, etc.), relationships among students that are not merely knowledge-based, but that accompany long-lasting memories.
Fayston has a central value in nurturing students with the right personality. The maturity of caring for others, the willingness to learn and grow, and the manners to behave as a decent citizen are expected in our community. We value not only academics but the decency that reveals an educated behavior that conforms to model standards of Christian morality and beliefs.
Fayston has a central value in delivering realistic and healthy faith to the next generation. Each student is expected to meet God in person. Fayston community offers a worship opportunity each morning and helps students practice their faith in their relationship with others. We teach the Bible and the ways to apply its teachings in daily life. At the end of the day, all students are expected to graduate from Fayston with a sense of calling and a mission to serve the church, society, and the nation(s).