We see each student as one who bears the image of God, and one who therefore is a unique individual with unique personal, social, and educational needs. As a result, every disciplinary situation is unique in nature. Our school staff dedicates itself to following a set of core beliefs that provide a guide for dealing with student discipline. These core beliefs stem from a philosophy called Love and Logic (c), developed by Jim Fay and Foster Cline, M.D. ASA teachers are trained in this approach and the school provides resources for parent education as well. More information can be found in the Parent Handbook and the ASA website.