Mission Statement

Victory Preparatory School is committed to the fundamental obligation to teach and live the Gospel message as well as preparing students to be productive, responsible and effective members of the world community. We prepare students for life-time service to God and the quest for knowledge.



Victory Preparatory School is a community in which teachers, clergy, and parents are dedicated in providing a Christian education for each student in the school.

As facilitators of the educational program, the faculty and administration consider it essential to teach the student to live in accordance with the spiritual, moral and ethical principles exemplified in the life of Christ.

We realize the necessity of educating and developing our community of students to its fullest potential -- - spiritually, ethically, intellectually, socially, and physically --- in a caring, nurturing environment.

While we recognize the parent as the primary educator, we realistically acknowledge and contribute to the true partnership between home and school.

In the tradition of global awareness characteristic of our universal church, we further realize the need to prepare and instill in each student a global perspective that will move them to recognize and accept responsible membership in their school/family community, and in the world community.


Spiritual Goals

In accordance with the statement of our philosophy, Victory Preparatory School endeavors to:

  • Develop in each student a life centered in Jesus Christ and to help the student maintain a personal relationship with          God.

  • Guide the student into an inner-directed life, capable of making choices in conformity with conscience.

  • Encourage living in accordance with ethical and spiritual principles based on the teachings of the Gospel.


Intellectual Goals

The faculty of Victory Preparatory School is committed to:

  •  Use age-appropriate current events and outreach projects at every level to heighten awareness and concern in         matters of social injustice.

  •  Guide the student toward mastery of fundamental subject matter.

  •  Encourage the pursuit of knowledge for personal growth and stimulating a lifelong desire to learn.

  •  Provide solid academic training through a wide spectrum of subjects and instructional methods, and motivating students to excel in all areas.

  •  Awaken in the student a realization of the need to develop the total person spiritually, intellectually, physically and socially.


Psychological Goals

We recognize the necessity of developing an understanding of oneself through a positive self-image, of nurturing a closer relationship between home and school and of developing a sense of responsibility to self, family, peers and the world community.


Sociological Goals

We believe our students must experience Christian family/community living as preparation for roles and participation in the larger world/Church community.


Physical Goals

We believe that each student should participate in physical activities to achieve the personal dignity and respect which contributes to physical growth and the development of specialized skills.  We recognize the need to provide a physical education and health program that will enhance the student's self-concept and life with a sound and healthy body.


Aesthetic Goals

Recognizing the need for experienced beauty in daily life, we strive to develop an understanding and appreciation of the fine arts through discovery, sensory, experience, and personal creativity.