We study every subject through the lens of the lordship of Christ. We believe the chief end of education is not merely acquiring knowledge or preparing for a specific career, but maturing, forming virtue, and developing the ability to articulate and defend the Christian faith.
Our approach to the Classical model emphasizes logic and rhetoric. We read great literature from the time periods we are studying.
With some days of classroom instruction and other days at home, students are prepared (college-bound or otherwise) for the increased independence and planning required in their next stage of life. Students glean the benefits of the classroom, while honing independent study habits and engaging in deeper work at home. Time at home also allows for quality family relationships to flourish.
discipleship from expert faculty
As a discipleship-model school, all teachers sign a statement of faith. We seek teachers who possess not only subject area expertise and knowledge of pedagogy, but who are committed to setting an example of Christ-likeness. Small class sizes enable students to be discipled by faculty and family-teacher relationships are encouraged through regular social events throughout the year. Our HS Bible class is taught by an ordained minister.
Our community represents like-minded families coming together in humility to raise kids of the Kingdom as a village. Students, faculty, and families work in partnership to encourage the next generation to think critically and communicate effectively, and to
serve in their communities and the church.