"Educate and Develop the Whole Person for the Glory of God."
Rigor — In the parlance of cognitive taxonomies, rigor is best understood when students engage with opportunities to evaluate, apply, analyze, compare, design, create, or invent. Rote memorization and recall are useful for the basics of any subject, but cannot be the exclusive cognitive demands when designing assignments and assessments.
Eccl. 1:13, 2 Tim. 2:15