Mission & Vision

MHCS Mission:

Our mission is to develop and encourage a Christ-centered community of learners for His joyful service.

MHCS Vision:

Our vision is Teaching for Transformation.

Teaching for Transformation is a way to uncover and teach Biblical themes in all our subject areas.

Teaching for Transformation helps us:

  • Teach a way of life and moral values in accordance with the Scriptures and to emphasize practical expressions of these values in the school, at home, and in society at large.
  • Foster Christian community and active participation of parents, staff, students, and members of the society.
  • Complement and integrate education and experience of the home, the church, the community, and the school.
  • Honor the Word of God as the ultimate written authority in Devotions, Bible, subject areas, and all aspects of school life.

Teaching for Transformation is:

  • God Worshiping – Glorifying and praising God. Celebrating who God is, what God has done, and created.
  • Idolatry-Discerning – Idols are “things” that become more important than our relationship with God.  Money, TV, success, addictions could be a few examples.
  • Earth-Keeping – God created the world and gives us the opportunity to “manage” and take care of it. It is the challenge of living to balance our wants/needs with those of other people as well.
  • Beauty-Creating – Helps us appreciate diversity, complexity, and the good things around us. Our creativity is a way to explore who we are as people and how we respond to God’s world.
  • Justice-Seeking – The world is not as God intended it to be.  Students will act as agents of change by identifying and responding to injustices.
  • Creation-Enjoying – Looking at, talking about and studying creation.
  • Servant-Working – Serving others and helping to heal brokenness. Bringing joy to other people.
  • Community-Building – Taking an active role in our community to bring people together for a deeper sense of meaning and purpose.
  • Image-Reflecting – Is not something we do. It is something we are. The characteristics we admire in God can also be in us. How do we reflect this?
  • Order-Discovering – There is order and patterns in our universe. It is not just randomness. We encourage students to discover this order.
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