- To develop a strong faith in God.
- To develop the entire human being, mind, heart, body and soul;
- To form as well as to inform;
- To train the mind to analyse rather than to memorise; so that, it may distinguish the truth from error;
- To strengthen the will that it may have the determination to practise virtue and reject vice;
- To cultivate the heart that it may love worthwhile things;
- To instill culture;
- To stimulate ambition;
- To disdain mediocrity and develop leadership;
- To train citizens for time and eternity;
- To maintain high academic standards;
- To present the current and complex problems of modern life and to enable them to solve these problems along the line of trust and justice.
- To instill into youth the neglected doctrine that morality must govern economics and politics; that modern ills cannot be cured merely by shifting economic systems and changing political structures; that selfishness, greed, dishonesty and lust for power are evils which cannot be eliminated only by civil, but by moral restraint;
- To rivet, to the minds of youth the truth, that all hatred whether of class or creed, or of nations or civilizations is wrong; irrespective of one’s belief. The sole and ultimate solution of economic, political and social ills was epitomized by Him who said:
“You shall love your God with your whole heart & mind;
You shall love your neighbour as yourself.”