PHILOSOPHY OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
"The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction."
At IICS we believe in a God-centered education that emanates from the self-revelation of God given to humankind in the inspired, infallible and authoritative Word of God, the Bible.
We believe that God wants to enter into personal relationship with human beings. He has made himself known in the Bible and in His Son, Jesus Christ, God incarnate.
He has also revealed Himself through created order (Romans 1), human conscience (Romans 2), and through the unfolding of events in history.
As God’s image bearers we have the capacity to perceive and comprehend God’s self-revelation. Yet, due to sin and willful disobedience humans may suppress and reject this self-revelation (Romans 1:18).
We at IICS desire that all students understand the fear of the Lord and enjoy a personal relationship through faith in Jesus Christ. In addition, teachers want students to bring the mind of Christ to all subjects and to know God through all the subjects.
Tulane University, Physics & Mathematics Major
Student Council President 2018-19
University of California, Davis; Animal Science major. Founder of The Last Straw for IICS, an organization that strives to build a school community that contributes minimally to plastic pollution.
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Mother of Y8 Student
Students' Nationalities: Indonesia, China, South Korea, USA, Australia, Philippines, Dutch
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