Knowledge and Leadership

 Biblical concepts are woven throughout all curricular units of study. Spiritual truths are taught as the rationale for all academic subjects.

  • Math—God is a God of order. Mathematical concepts are used as a way to express this order.
  • Social studies—God is the Creator of the world. Events in history are examined through a Christian worldview, assessing God’s plan for the world.
  • Science—God’s Word does not contradict science; when presented from a Christian worldview, they compliment each other.
  • Language—God is the ultimate communicator. He communicates through His Word. Literature is examined in relation to the Bible, and writing is modeled after God’s design.
  • Spanish—God commands His followers to reach out to the lost throughout the world. Learning Spanish opens doors to communicate with non-believers from another culture.
  • Music – God desires for His creation to worship Him. Music is first and foremost a way to praise God.
  • Computer – God commands us to be disciples within the community in which we serve. Students learn to utilize the computer skills and technical knowledge for the growth and advancement of the kingdom of God.
  • Physical Education – Our bodies are God’s temple; therefore, we must be good stewards of them. Being physically active is one way to honor God with our bodies.

Leadership

Students are encouraged to follow Christ’s example and be servant leaders to others both in and out of school. Service opportunities exist through individual, class, and school-wide initiatives.

  • Grade Level Service: Students in each grade work together to serve and disciple within the school family by completing a service project each year. In addition, they disciple another grade level by teaching them a Biblical concept they have recently learned themselves.
  • Individual Service: Eighth graders are required to complete 10 service hours during their eighth grade year. Other grade levels are encouraged to serve a minimum of 3 hours each year.
  • Extracurricular Service: Service opportunities are provided through various clubs, such as the Student Government Association and the Service Club.

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Biblical concepts are woven throughout all curricular units of study. Spiritual truths are taught as the rationale for all academic subjects.

  • Math—God is a God of order. Mathematical concepts are used as a way to express this order.
  • Social studies—God is the Creator of the world. Events in history are examined through a Christian worldview, assessing God’s plan for the world.
  • Science—God’s Word does not contradict science; when presented from a Christian worldview, they compliment each other.
  • Language—God is the ultimate communicator. He communicates through His Word. Literature is examined in relation to the Bible, and writing is modeled after God’s design.
  • Spanish—God commands His followers to reach out to the lost throughout the world. Learning Spanish opens doors to communicate with non-believers from another culture.
  • Music – God desires for His creation to worship Him. Music is first and foremost a way to praise God.
  • Computer – God commands us to be disciples within the community in which we serve. Students learn to utilize the computer skills and technical knowledge for the growth and advancement of the kingdom of God.
  • Physical Education – Our bodies are God’s temple; therefore, we must be good stewards of them. Being physically active is one way to honor God with our bodies.

Leadership

Students are encouraged to follow Christ’s example and be servant leaders to others both in and out of school. Service opportunities exist through individual, class, and school-wide initiatives.

  • Grade Level Service: Students in each grade work together to serve and disciple within the school family by completing a service project each year. In addition, they disciple another grade level by teaching them a Biblical concept they have recently learned themselves.
  • Individual Service: Eighth graders are required to complete 10 service hours during their eighth grade year. Other grade levels are encouraged to serve a minimum of 3 hours each year.
  • Extracurricular Service: Service opportunities are provided through various clubs, such as the Student Government Association and the Service Club.

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