2017–2018 Elementary Classes

Download Listing of 2017-2018 Classes

Half-Day Kindergarten

5 years old or older by September 1st
Monday–Friday, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Our Kindergarten program offers a creative learning environment with an intentional focus on reading, writing, spelling, math, science, history, and Bible. Learning is enriched through focused instruction with specialists in music, art, Latin, and physical education. A creative, nurturing, and sequential learning environment promotes character development through a Biblical worldview.

Our half day program is designed for the student who is not yet ready for the full day elementary experience. All of the foundational curriculum is covered in this class. The half-day student will have each of the specialist classes once weekly. With the half-day format, students will have supplementary homework to reinforce content learned during the day. Parents choosing this option must be committed to assisting their child with this work.

Full-Day Kindergarten

5 years old or older by September 1st
Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:20 p.m.

Our Kindergarten program offers a creative learning environment with an intentional focus on reading, writing, spelling, math, science, history, and Bible. Learning is enriched through focused, twice weekly instruction in each of the specialist classes. These include music, art, Latin and physical education. A creative, nurturing and sequential learning environment promotes character development through a Biblical worldview.

Students participating in our full-day program benefit from enhanced foundational curriculum learning, focused one-on-one instruction, a deeper study of literature (poetry, fairy tales, fables, drama, etc.), and additional specialist classes. Full-Day Kindergarten students will have selected homework each day to reinforce content covered in class.

1st–6th Grades

Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:20 p.m.

Our Elementary program builds on the Kindergarten foundation by using classical studies to emphasize mastery and skill development in reading, spelling, English, writing, math, science, history, and geography. Classical literature selection for all ages emphasizes quality in language, themes, story development, and illustrations. Our Biblical instruction progresses historically from grade to grade, connecting elementary learning into a meaningful whole. Bible, history, literature, and art are combined to create an integrated approach to the humanities. Specialists teach music, art, Latin, and physical education. A creative, nurturing and intentional learning environment promotes character development through a Biblical worldview.

Specialty Class Information

In addition to the Biblically-influenced curriculum, our program includes Specialty Classes for our elementary students, taught by instructors who are truly specialized in their particular field. These classes allow our students to flourish academically, but also aesthetically, socially, and physically.  Our specialist programs include: Music, Art, Latin (1st-6th Grade), and Physical Education.