StoneBridge purposes to engage and change the world for Christ, one student at a time. Godly teachers and mentors form personal relationships with students, instilling in them the understanding that they have a significant, eternal purpose in God’s world. Forming the spiritual character of the student is foundational to their future success and calling. This is accomplished in part through:
Students are required to attend chapel every Thursday, where they participate in a time of student-led worship and listen to an exhortation from God’s word.
The StoneBridge mentoring program is designed to connect students with one another and a mentoring teacher in a comfortable, small-group setting. Each group meets daily to study the Bible and build relationships. Since high school students are assigned to groups of varying ages, older students often befriend and mentor younger students. Mentors often host special events for their group or attend their students’ performances and games. As a guide and advocate for his or her students, the mentor cultivates Christian character and servant-leadership.
On designated days throughout the school year, all Upper School students participate in group service projects. In the past students have served with community organizations such as Goodwill and Operation Blessing.