A place where kids learn to develop their God-given talents
Every day your child will experience a safe, age-appropriate learning environment engaging them in academic challenges and developing their own God-given talents - all in a loving Christian atmosphere. We are committed to strong academics and an all-encompassing spiritual focus. We are so passionate about your child learning about Jesus in a way that they can understand.
The Ride Home
On your way home, be sure to ask your child questions like, "Did you have fun?" and "What did you learn today?" It is our goal that every child has a positive answer to these two questions, every day!
What we value
Our outstanding curriculum comes from A Beka Book Publications, which are both academically strong and grounded in core Christian values and teachings. For example, students complete fifth grade able to think critically about what they have read, then communicate their conclusions confidently in oral and written form.
We know the best lessons are ones taught by example so we take care to ensure that our teachers love the Lord and are passionate about teaching. All of our teachers have professional training in their fields and are qualified teachers, giving them an edge in the classroom.
Learning the mind of Christ is the core of all we do.
From the creation of the world to the birth, death, resurrection and ascension of Christ, students learn important facts and principles from the Bible, memorize weekly Scripture verses, and participate in weekly chapel services.
K - 5th Curriculum
Math skills emphasis
Students complete fifth grade confident in their most essential elementary math skills and even versed in introductory Algebra, leading to junior high and high school success.
Students learn the basic operation of a computer, how to operate important Microsoft Office products, introductory typing and responsibility in a digital age.
Language Arts focus
Students learn to read fluently through a rigorous phonics program in early elementary, then practice expressing themselves clearly and purposefully in legible writing, with composition lessons starting as early as the third grade.