Spiritual Objectives

Hawaiian Mission Academy recognizes the importance of a spiritual foundation in our life activities and seeks to:

  • Provide opportunities for each student to grow in God’s love.
  • Strengthen each student’s personal commitment to living in harmony with the will of God as revealed in Holy Scriptures.
  • Reveal that the most satisfying life is a life of service.
  • Give instruction in the great principles of God’s Word.
  • Lead students to believe in Jesus Christ as their personal Savior.
  • Direct students’ minds to God’s own revelation of Himself.
  • Help students bring every part of their being under the control of the Spirit of God.
  • Train students to become workers for God and honor Him by being an example before the world.
  • Develop a desire in students to serve God and others in this life.

Academic Objectives

Hawaiian Mission Academy believes that God is the source or all true knowledge and seeks to:

  • Stimulate students to apply the spirit of inquiry to all problems.
  • Acquaint students with the basic facts and principles of the major fields of knowledge.
  • Develop in each student the highest level of critical thinking possible.
  • Acquaint students with ever-advancing technological developments.
  • Help students develop the ability to interpret history and current events in the light of the Bible.
  • Enrich minds by developing an appreciation for music, literature, art, foreign languages, and other aesthetic experiences.
  • Provide a broad background in all necessary fields in order to intelligently meet the demands of everyday life.

Physical Objectives

Hawaiian Mission Academy believes that health is a treasure we should preserve.

  • Enjoy a wide variety of physical activities in which they may find success.
  • Be involved in a physical education program that provides instruction and for developing skills and attitudes needed to secure and maintain personal and physical fitness.
  • Adopt principles of healthful living through learning and experiencing a diet and abstaining from all things harmful to one’s health.
  • Develop a respect for the dignity of labor and pride in a job well done.
  • Develop good work habits such as diligence, initiative, and honesty.

Social Objectives

Hawaiian Mission Academy recognizes the social pressures inherent in all community settings and encourages students to:

  • Accept Biblical social standards.
  • Develop skill in interpersonal relations.
  • Develop respect and appreciation for home and family.
  • Develop respect for the rights and ideas of others.
  • Form habits of courtesy and graciousness.
  • Realize the responsibility of personal influence.
  • Foster skills and attitudes that promote the enjoyment of healthful leisure-time activities throughout life.
  • Acquire a wide range of interests and skills necessary for self-confidence and sociability.
  • To be honest citizens willing to participate in local, state, national, and world affairs.
  • Establish a scriptural perspective in all aspects of their lives.
  • Participate in activities in which the unique social backgrounds of other students are appreciated and celebrated.