Teaching the kids to be ordinary follows the rule of addition; teaching them to be leaders follows the rule of multiplication. Some kids are contended to be ordinary. They have their right. But teachers should not accept it as ‘normal’ for “man craving to be great” has been recognized as a psychological fact. Equipping the kids to be faithful leaders makes a greater impact on life. Christian schools should not just aim to build leaders, but they should be faithful too. The Bible uses house building to discourse the importance of character building. Wise workers must build the house carefully on a foundation. Some might build with gold, silver, and precious stones; some use grass, wood, and stubble. Many years later, the kids may have different accomplishments. It depends on what stuff they have used in building their character. “On the judgment day, fire will reveal what kind of work each builder has done. The fire will show if a person’s work has any value. If the work survives, that builder will receive a reward. But if the work is burned up, the builder will suffer a great loss. The builder will be saved, but like someone barely escaping through a wall of flames. – 1 Corinthians 3:13-15.” No matter what stuff the kids might use to build their character, it stresses that the foundation that has been laid is Jesus Christ and no others. In other words, no matter how great their accomplishment is in the future, help the kids know God first, for a leader with no integrity is just a thief.