Students are instructed in math literacy and competency. They use that knowledge to refine their God-given gift of rational thinking by understanding math processes as well as memorizing math facts for quick computation.
Bible classes seek to lead in faith, through prayer, knowledge and experience as we explore Scripture to discern how to live for Christ in a post-modern culture.
Courses help to develop communication skills, encourage critical thinking and analysis, and expose students to diverse styles of literature. Focus is on building a strong phonics foundation as well as reading comprehension.
Classes actively involve students in problem solving, qualitative and quantitative analysis, as well as verbal and written communications. Students develop an appreciation of science as a process to investigate and discover natural relationships in the created world. Students attend a weekly science lab providing a hands-on approach to learning.
Students learn to interpret primary and secondary sources, to think critically, and to write analytically. Students will develop the ability to make informed and reasoned decisions through the lens of a biblical world view.
Participation in artistic activities inspires students to develop their God-given talents. Our elementary program is designed to educate students in all of the major artistic disciplines building a foundation for the visual and performing arts.
Students are exposed to the cultural differences among the nations and introduced to basic conversational and written communication. Elementary school students receive weekly instruction in Spanish.
Curriculum includes exploration of the Windows’ environment in a cumulative manner to increase the students’ comfort level and adeptness in navigating the computer. In addition, digital citizenship is taught and presented from a biblical world view.
Through a weekly instructional class students develop motor skills, movement concepts, health-related fitness, as well as personal and social responsibility through a variety of activities. Students are exposed to different sports and Through a weekly instructional class students develop motor skills, movement concepts, health-related fitness, as well as personal and social responsibility through a variety of activities. Students are exposed to different sports and learn how to move efficiently and be a team member.
With weekly instruction, students will be introduced to materials suitable for their reading level, learn proper library behavior, procedures, book care and become familiar with the computerized catalog. They will also learn research skills for both physical books and online resources.