Listed below are objectives that keep us on mission day in and day out at East Hill.
- To meet the individual needs of each student in the spiritual, physical, emotional and social realms.
- To train young people in the highest principles of Christian leadership, self-discipline, individual responsibility, personal growth, and good citizenship.
- To maintain an environment that is in harmony with the Christian home and the standards of the local church.
- To lead students to accept Christ as their personal Savior.
- To provide students with basic reading skills and activities which will lead the students to become functional and literate readers in our society and enjoy a wide variety of reading experiences.
- To provide students with math skills and concepts that will enable them to effectively function in real-life situations at home, work or as a consumer.
- To provide students with thinking skills and problem-solving skills to deal with new situations in a changing society.
- To provide students with computer, science, and math skills and knowledge to continue further study and acquire further training in a technologically complex world.
- To provide students with language arts and study skills to perform successfully in postgraduate study of the business world.
- To train students to take an active role in a local church and participate in worship of God and ministry to others.
- To provide students with the opportunity to acquire basic skills in speaking, understanding, reading and writing a foreign language.
- To provide students knowledge about the maintenance of a healthy body as a temple of the Holy Spirit.
- To train students to make productive use of leisure time by developing skills in individual and team sports, vocal and instrumental music and art.
- To assist students in the development of the following psychological and sociological skills: self-management skills, interpersonal/communication skills, decision-making skills, emotional expression and control, and social systems coping skills.
- To train students to respect and appreciate people who are different than they are, especially people who are unique because of a handicap or people who are from a different culture or race.