Our one day a week elementary classes are Christ centered and fully cover Bible, geography, and science. The students have computer time and a little grammar, punctuation, and math. Parents like you are encouraged to spend their time teaching reading, writing, spelling, grammar, and math at home. Parents report to the teacher each month on their child’s progress for their permanent file. Elementary students can participate in PE, music, choir, and chess with the day school classes. We have a limit of twelve students in each of our elementary classes. Standardized tests are given in March, and students participate in a different type of symposium each year. We collect socks, peanut butter, and jelly for homeless teens each year.
On Tuesdays our middle school and high school classes teach Bible, history, science, math, and English from a Biblical word view. Each teacher communicates with students and their parents weekly so that everyone knows what work is to be completed at home, and what needs to be corrected before the following Tuesday. High school students also have two classes that must be completed at home each year in order to graduate through our program – PE, foreign language, fine arts, and occupational education. Home School students are welcome to participate in all the day school activities, sports, robotics, chess… and can take up to three day school classes for a fee. Our small class sizes allow for socializing as well as plenty of time for our teachers to cover the necessary material while building a relationship with each student. We keep track of grades and meet with parents monthly to go over student progress as they work toward a graduation diploma and to keep their permanent file current. Standardized tests are given in March.
Includes all features of the Accountability Program, plus: