The objectives of the Campbell River Christian School are based on the Christian view of God and the world. It is the specific purpose of our Christian School to provide a program of education which, while upholding a standard of scholastic excellence, has its integrating center in the Triune God and fosters vital Christian living.
The training of children is regarded as the joint responsibility of the home, the church and the school. A definite effort is made to have all three units in a fully integrated program so that Christian faith may be developed. Some specific objectives for our school are:
1) To teach that the Lord Jesus Christ is the Son of God who came to earth to die for our sin. 2) To teach the necessity of being born again through the Spirit of God by receiving the Lord Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. 3) To teach that growth in Christian life depends upon fellowship with God through Bible reading, prayer and service. 4) To teach that the Bible is the only Word of God. It is inerrant in all parts and therefore practical and important. 5) To teach the application of Biblical principles to every part of daily life. 6) To teach Christian character. 7) To stress the urgency of world missions. 8) To teach the student to love non-Christians and Christians who hold differing views. 9) To integrate subjects with the Bible. 10) To teach that God is the Creator and Sustainer of the universe and man. 11) To teach students to apply themselves to their work and to fulfill their responsibilities before God and man. 12) To teach students responsible, individual and cooperative work habits. 13) To teach students to think for themselves and to stand up for their own personal convictions in the face of pressure. 14) To develop the creative skills of the student. 15) To develop an appreciation for the fine arts. 16) To develop effective communication skills of the student. 17) To teach the knowledge and skills required for future study or occupational competence. 18) To develop desire and discretion in wholesome physical and mental recreation. 19) To teach our Canadian heritage and current problems facing our country and the world. 20) To show the student their present civic responsibilities.