that school should be exhilarating, inspiring and fulfilling for students and staff and that every day should be looked forward to with anticipation of the great discoveries to be made that day.
that teachers should be model learners whose job is to engineer the environment for learning and for developing the mental agility demanded by excellence in the work place.
that prayer is the single most important activity in the daily life of a Torah Jew. It should be a priority to inspire students to develop a close, loving relationship with Hashem.
Students are inspired to engage Hashem, His Torah and His world through a carefully crafted, step-by-step, integrated curriculum of Judaic and General Studies that allows detailed focus on one skill or idea at a time.
Every member of the school is engaged in growth with a focus on supporting the growth and well-being of others and developing a sense of social responsibility in a small, close-knit community.
Both students and faculty are routinely encouraged to self- and peer-evaluate the quality of both their product and process. Challenges are met with respect and professionalism and measures of achievement are clearly defined.