Headmaster, Daniel K. Paxitzis
University of Missouri-Columbia International Relations
Covenant Theological Seminary MDiv 2 Years of Study
Yonsei Graduate School of Education Executive Education Certificate
Harvard University Higher Education Teaching Certificate
UCL University College London MBA Candidate
Time Education LinguaForum Senior Researcher/ Published Author
American College Test (ACT) Test Coordinator
Overseas Association for College Admission Counseling (OACAC) Member Founder & Principal, Fayston Preparatory of Suji
Founder & Chair, Korea Independent School Association (KISA)
Headmaster, NJUCA New Jersey, USA
2018 Korea Economic Culture Award, International Education
Fayston Preparatory of Suji!
I am extremely glad to serve as the head of such an amazing community. I believe an international academy is not only an institution where students acquire language skills and academic knowledge, but a place where students acquire self-esteem, moral values, and creativity to interact with other global citizens.
Students at Fayston, for this reason, learn to cooperate with other students and teachers and acquire social skills which will enhance their learning experiences and quality of life. Building a close relationship with God and his neighbors, including friends, teachers, and all people on earth, is the key to success and a true happiness that will echo throughout all of eternity. With this unique philosophy of education, Fayston is preparing to expand and serve the world. Fayston teachers are fully committed to giving their full attention to building a community that truly cares for each individual with the love of Christ. It is through this educational philosophy that the students of Fayston will become well-rounded and thoroughly-equipped globally-minded Christians who will serve humanity and change the world.
The role and responsibility of a Christian academy is tremendous in terms of maintaining high social values and quality of life. It is for this reason that we need more Christian academies around the world. More than that, we need Christian educators who take their teaching responsibility seriously and have passion to change a young person's life. At this time of uncertainty, Fayston is committed to raising up and educating future generations with a biblical worldview and an authentic Christian faith and education. Fayston is taking steps to ensure that every student is educated with the true meaning of international and Christian education and the full-awareness of its importance. Fayston strives to become a role model for Korean, International, and Christian academies in Korea and throughout the world.
Daniel K. Paxitzis