We believe in the dignity and worth of each student, and recognize the importance of his/her responsibility to his/her fellow man in the world community.
We believe that all youth, of all races, cultures and creeds, should have equal opportunity for education consistent with their individual capabilities and with their personal and social needs.
We believe that change is a constant factor in life. Therefore, education should encourage in students the development of personal values and thinking processes which will facilitate their intelligent adaptability to a changing society.
We believe that learning is an unbroken activity, continued throughout an individual’s life span. Therefore, education should foster independent thinking, exploration and experimentation as a life-long process.
Communicate ideas and information confidently and creatively in various modes.
Demonstrate the ability to apply independent, critical, creative and analytical skills to complex problems.
Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of cultural, social, scientific, economic, and political ideas, and practices in an international context.
Understand the importance of an intellectual, physical, and emotional balance to enjoy an energetic, wholesome and productive life.
Understand their own culture and appreciate the opportunity to interact with individuals of diverse backgrounds, while also respecting their different perspectives, traditions and cultural values – including those of Lesotho.
Demonstrate mutual respect and cooperation in their social, cultural and academic interactions.
Understand how the responsible use of technology can positively impact their lives.
Appreciate the essential elements of an American curriculum within an international context.