We equip our Haitian staff to see, serve, awaken, and empower our students as they discover who they are in Christ and what they were created to do.
We empower our students to share their faith with friends and family.
We awaken our students to discover their role in God's story.
We serve our students what they need, where they are, today.
We see potential in every person.
We are in the process of becoming a certified school by the Haitian Ministry of Education. Our students learn to read and write in French and Creole, and as they get older the academic experience grows richer.
Because true education is more than reading and writing, we’ve developed the 1:17 Curriculum for Kindergarten–3rd Grade and the Prodigy Curriculum for 4th Grade and up. Through the use of storytelling, art, music, drama, leadership training, and service projects, our students are learning about God’s heart in unique ways while exploring ways to leverage their own talents for His purpose.
Portrait of a Graduate
Even though each student has a unique future ahead of them, they will all graduate with four key attributes:
- A strong academic foundation
- Knowledge that they are prodigies with unique roles in God’s story
- The ability to lead with wisdom, courage, honesty, respect, humility, and a servant’s heart
- A foundation of truth set in God’s word and a spirit shaped by the vision of Isaiah 1:17
Upon graduation, we see our students pursuing one of three paths:
Students who want to pursue higher education as they’re equipped to realize dreams of being doctors, nurses, teachers, business leaders, politicians, and lawyers.
Students who have the potential to revitalize local economies through skills and talents ranging from pottery to plumbing to developing new farming techniques.
Students who have strong desires to right the wrongs of injustice in their communities across the globe through church planting and nonprofit work.
In order to help our students realize their dreams, we are taking action by:
- Creating a scholarship fund for promising students wishing to go to college
- Developing apprenticeship opportunities by locking arms with other nonprofits, lending institutions, and trade schools
- Starting a Leadership Academy in 2028 for graduates with a desire to become church planters, nonprofit workers, and missionaries