Our Grammar School partners with parents to fulfill God’s purpose for their children's lives, through Christ-like character development, challenging academics, and student activities. The partnership affirms the parents’ role as the primary influence in their children’s lives. Curriculum is taught from a biblical worldview to equip students to stand in their faith.
Grammar school students (Pre-K through 4) attend three days a week and receive primary instruction on campus. Our academic foundation begins with excellent teachers who nurture and care for students. Our instructional model includes hands-on activities and learning that complement the individual child’s natural development.
Our Grammar School students sing, chant and move in the classroom in order to help them memorize, review and practice concepts. Parents walk alongside teachers by overseeing assignments completed at home (the "satellite campus"). Dedication from parents is a necessity to continue the teaching and learning process on the satellite campus days.
One of the great benefits to our model is the 1-1 ratio students have while working at the satellite campus. Parents must be willing to commit the time needed to direct, mentor, and actively engage with their students during their time at the satellite campus.