The charter of Brokenshire College and the 1987 Constitution of the Philippines provide the impetus, substance and shape of the thought and action of the college. The charter of Brokenshire College commits its educational efforts: to the cause of Christian education, the development of Christian character and personal discipline among students; to provide training for the development of skills; to assist individuals attain their potentials as human beings in order to enhance the range and quality of life; and, to train students in rudiments and functions of democratic society in order to be socially responsible. Brokenshire College shall work and live to develop students: who are informed and aware of the social, political, economic and cultural forces dynamically working in society; whose potentials for critical thinking and research are fully developed; who are intellectually and professionally competent and honest; who are morally and ethically sensitive to social action for a responsible social order, for the realization of a free, just, competent, honest, self-reliant, abundant, and socially responsible society.
To realize these educational objectives, the college shall pursue and work out; an administration, faculty, staff and students who are:
(1) knowledgeable of the best thoughts and values of humankind;
(2) conversant with the economic, political, social and cultural heritage in relation to the realities of Philippine life, in particular, and of the world, in general;
A methodology of teaching, a system of learning and evaluation that will:
(1) recognize the dignity of every person;
(2) train for the development of the capacity of critical thinking and research;
(3) cultivate social responsibility and action guided by Christian values;
A decision-making process that will:
(1) make use of the fullest contribution of various sectors; and
(2) develop the capabilities for reflection and action in the college community;
A curriculum and co-curriculum program that foster development towards:
(1) creative thinking;
(2) human dignity and responsibility;
(3) social awareness;and ,
A policy of service that will:
(1) reflect the values of justice and equality.
(2) the dignity of labor.
(3) the development of commitment to duty, competence and excellence; and; academic-community actions that are actively involved in solidarity with the marginalized in society for their authentic development and liberation.