Spiritual development involves the development of insights, principles, beliefs, attitudes and values which guide and motivate us. It is characterized by reflection, attributing meaning to experience as well as valuing a non-material dimension to life. Students are guided to search for the meaning and purpose of life, to recognize and value the worth of each individual, and to build up relationships with others in a positive way.
As a Christian school, the foundation of the spiritual education of HTYC is based on the teachings of the Bible. The grace of salvation in God through Jesus Christ is proclaimed. The biblical views on various life issues are shared. The character development of students is nourished through the precious insights of the Bible.
Spiritual Education in HTYC is achieved via
- Religious Studies (Christianity):
One period per cycle from S.1 to S.7.
- Morning Assembly:
Hymn sharing in every assembly and explanation of a biblical text once per cycle
- Christian Fellowships:
Meet every Friday after school
- Cell Groups:
Meet every Wednesday at lunchtime
- Staff Prayer Meeting:
Meet once a month
- Evangelistic Week:
Organized in the last week of October every year to proclaim the gospel. A wide variety of activities are organized to arouse the students' interest in Christianity
- Special assemblies:
There are Christmas Service, Easter Worship and S.5 Thanksgiving Ceremony
- Summer Camp:
Organized in July to cultivate a stronger spiritual life of Christians