We believe that the products of a proper education are self-determined students who are educated to
think and learn for themselves and who can competently apply what they have learned to the real world.
We also believe that how students learn is of equal importance to what students learn
and that the process of learning is itself a skill which must be taught.
When the skill of learning is taught correctly, it then paves the way for the individual student to further learn on his own initiative.
Finally, we believe that well-educated students will see that learning itself is a joy and an adventure
and will, by their own nature, be avidly self-motivated, rigorously self-disciplined and highly self-confident.