In grades K-3, students focus on stories from Scripture through What’s in the Bible and Positive Action Bible curriculum to gain foundational knowledge. In grades 4-5 students use More than Words to learn more about the character of God and having a relationship with Him. In Upper School, students study a range of topics including overviews of books of the Bible, doctrine studies, and book studies that apply to Christian living.promises.
In grades K-2 students use Abeka for math to lay a strong foundation of concrete skills. In grades 3 through high school students using Big Ideas Math and incorporate problem solving with the continued foundational skills. Students have the option to take advanced courses in middle school, including earning high school credit for Algebra 1 in 8th grade.
The foundation of reading is so important which is why we utilize the Abeka curriculum for K-2 phonics, reading, and spelling. The language arts continues with Abeka through grades 3-12 to make sure students have a strong grasp of grammar. Also in grades 3-12, students begin using Word Roots to study Latin roots, prefixes, and suffixes. In grades 3-8, students will read. Mosdos Press literature book series to introduce students to a variety of genres while developing vocabulary and reading comprehension. Students in Upper School also have book studies of great literary works and develop skills as a writer through scaffolded writing assignments.
Art, Spanish, drama and music are all taught by specials teachers using a variety of methods, curriculums, activities and games.
The love and appreciation of the arts is embraced, encouraged and always presented with elements of fun and adventure.