BAIS Expected School-wide Learning Outcomes

BAIS students will be:

  • Spiritually grounded individuals who
    1. Model Christ-like character
    2. Recognize Jesus Christ as sole personal Savior
    3. Attain knowledge of the Bible making it relevant to one’s life 
    4. Know that the Christian faith has a meaningful and relevant place shaping the events of history and the future of the world 
    5. Practice a prayerful life
    6. Acquire a faith-driven sense of calling and purpose to careers
  • Independently capable individuals who
    1. Access and evaluate resources effectively
    2. Demonstrate competency in reading, writing, and mathematics 
    3. Function in a technology-enabled environment
    4. Possess the attitude as well as the skills for lifelong learning
  • Effective communicators who
    1. Display proficiency in the English language
    2. Integrate technology and media in communication
    3. Utilize aesthetic expression in communication and service 
    4. Use the avenues of reading, writing, listening, speaking, and non-verbal language to communicate
  • Intellectually competent individuals who
    1. a. Develop reflective and informed decision-making skills
    2. b. Demonstrate higher level thinking skills in life experiences
    3. c. Evaluate the credibility and significance of information.
    4. d. Demonstrate the capacity for self-directed learning
  • Agents of positive change who
    1. Actively nurture and preserve God’s creation 
    2. Participate in the joy of serving others
    3. Pursue quality living through a healthy lifestyle
    4. Contributes to the society while respecting the rights of diverse peoples and 
    5. Strongly promote a culture of peace and happiness cultures.

 

BAIS Expected School-wide Learning Outcomes Simplified

BAIS students will be:

  • Spiritually grounded individuals who
    1. Live like Jesus
    2. Know Jesus is their friend
    3. Read the Bible and learn from it
    4. Know that believing in Jesus changes lives for the better
    5. Pray everyday
    6. Follow where Jesus leads
  • Independently capable individuals who
    1. Choose the right learning materials
    2. Can read, write, and do mathematics well
    3. Use technology for learning
    4. Are willing to keep learning new things
  • Effective communicators who
    1. Can listen to, read, write, and speak English well
    2. Share information using technology and other materials
    3. Express through music and art (songs, poems, skits, and drawings)
    4. Exchange information through reading, writing, listening, speaking, and actions
  • Intellectually competent individuals who
    1. Can make the right choices
    2. Can think and act properly in everyday activities
    3. Check carefully if information is correct
    4. Can learn by themselves
  • Agents of positive change who
    1. Take care of what God made
    2. Are happy to help others
    3. Take care of their bodies
    4. Help the community and respect others
    5. Encourage peace and happiness