DENVER CHRISTIAN STUDENT CORE COMPETENCIES
THE MISSION OF DENVER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
To inspire and equip the children of Christian parents in order to engage the world with Christ’s transforming power and love.
Denver Christian desires to become the standard in Christian educational excellence. In concert with our committed community of educators, our students are formed with the following five core competencies. Recognition of these five competencies begins in elementary school and develops in and with Denver Christian students throughout their educational experience.
DC elementary students become aware of their intellectual potential through the content and curriculum designed to develop their skills and aptitude across a multitude of disciplines.
DC middle school students discover their individual strengths and interests as they further develop their intellectual potential and extend their ability to make decisions based on Christian values.
DC graduates are astute learners who have been challenged through content and curriculum to be creative, compassionate, and critical thinkers.
DC elementary students are taught from a biblical worldview and discipled in their spiritual journey as they begin to identify their gifts and purpose in life.
DC middle school students are discipled as they continue their spiritual journey and apply a biblical worldview into their everyday life.
DC graduates embrace a biblical worldview as they engage the world with Christ’s transforming power and love.
DC elementary school students are introduced to the life skills necessary to successfully navigate social, educational, and spiritual challenges.
DC middle school students are given opportunities to build and develop necessary life skills as they continue to grow in their independence.
DC graduates are equipped with life skills to be effective in fulfilling God’s call in every sphere of life.
DC elementary students are introduced to various modes of communication as they learn how to effectively relate to others.
DC middle school students actively apply and practice effective communication to a variety of audiences.
DC graduates are prepared to engage a diverse world with effective methods of communication.
DC elementary students are taught the importance of loving their neighbor as they begin to understand their place in the community.
DC middle school students are encouraged to love and serve each other, our greater community and our world.
DC graduates are equipped to identify brokenness and to intentionally engage the world with Christ’s transforming power and love.