Felix Njini, Director
The Seventh-day Adventist Church, through its educational program, wishes to help young people prepare for effective citizenship on this earth, and a rewarding citizenship on the new earth. The educational program attaches great importance to building the character and spiritual foundation of the lives of their children and young people. Moreover, it makes abundant provision for the acquisition and interpretation of what is appropriate from the accumulation of common secular knowledge and skills for mental, social, vocational, and physical development.
Also, given that Adventist education is integral; it covers the life of man as a whole. Human work, institutions and history are contemplated from the point of view of the divine origin of man and his destiny revealed in the Word of God. Human freedom, both academic and personal, seeks a progressive search and discovery of the truth that first existed in the mind of God and has allowed man to rediscover through revelation, study, reflection and investigation. The final product must be, not an isolated intellectual, but a more mature and consecrated Christian.