School year 2011-2012 marks the birth of the four houses – Silver Staff, Green Flames, White Scroll and Cross Azure. The high school students belong to one of four groups for the rest of their high school life. Each house has between 37-39 members.
The primary purpose for this is for each house to be a prayer group. Every Thursday, a house takes the time to meet during their homeroom time to pray for the concerns of each other and the concerns and blessings of the school. They are also accountable to each other for bringing Bibles to WAP (Worship and Prayer) time every Monday and to RIOT (Righteous Invasion Of Truth) every last Friday of the month.
These groups are also designed to create camaraderie and a sense of family during the O-Week of high school students and within the year when there are sports games and fun events. This allows for the freshmen to meet and know the other batches and to be able to interact with their Ates and Kuyas so that they can help each other and pray for one another. All siblings belong to the same houses. Even cousins belong to the same groups.
Each house is led by House Heads coming from the student population and monitored by House Advisers comprised of faculty members. The four colors used are the official colors of the school: Blue – representing royalty, Silver – refining, White – redemption and holiness, Green – growth.
The four elements used are symbolic reminders of God’s call to us as Christians: the cross – a life of sacrifice, Staff – leadership and shepherding by humility, Scroll – the Bible, God’s Word as the only standard for which we live, Flame – to be light to the world.
The Azurites, Scepters, Blades and Torches. Four houses with one goal in mind: to glorify God by working together, by carrying each other’s burden and by praying for one another.