Who we are

Shepherd’s Path International Academy

 

 

Shepherd’s Path International Academy

Shepherd’s Path International Academy was established in 2014 as a faith-based school with the aim to provide good quality education, academic and moral, to the next generation. At SPIA we strive to help our students develop skills and values that will help them become excellent global citizens with holistic personalities. We believe in taking hold

 

What we do

Shepherd’s Path International Academy was established in 2014 as a faith-based school with the aim to provide good quality education, academic and moral, to the next generation. At SPIA we strive to help our students develop skills and values that will help them become excellent global citizens with holistic personalities. We believe in taking hold of every opportunity and using all the various kinds of resources available to be able to achieve this goal. This is why technology and creative arts are used extensively in order to make our classrooms stimulating learning environments. We endorse student-centered learning equipped with constantly updated facilities that would ultimately raise young adults who are rational thinkers, lifelong learners, and problem solvers.

 

Objective

SPIA started with the primary objective of providing quality education with a solid Islamic base and in an Islamic environment. While the school caters mainly to Muslim students, it is open to seekers of knowledge from all faiths and backgrounds.

 

Motto

With our motto being ‘Foremost in all that is good’, our vision is, and has been, to create God-conscious leaders who are foremost in building a society that embodies justice, peace, cooperation, and intellectual maturity.

 

Aim

We, at SPIA, strive to provide the best of academic and moral education in order to develop holistic personalities that become benchmarks of physical, intellectual, spiritual, and social excellence. The school passionately endorses student-centered learning equipped with state of the art facilities that would ultimately raise young adults who are rational thinkers, lifelong learners, problem solvers, and givers as opposed to takers.