Living Our Faith
Character development, resulting in lives that honor God and reflect His love, is a primary goal of the education we offer. Loving Christian teachers help students to learn and apply Biblical truths in ways that show respect and honor for God and others. Character awards are given each week to three students in grades K-6 who demonstrate exemplary character.
Students gather once per week for a time of worship, praise, teaching, and reflection during a chapel service. Chapel topics focus on a particular Bible verse and/or passage, and are presented by faculty and special speakers.
Lower School students memorize and recite Bible verses each week. Review the memory verse curriculum which represents the first year of a three-year curriculum.
Students are given the opportunity to put their faith into action through community service projects. Each year they participate in several school wide community service projects such as food and clothing drives as well as a hands-on classroom project.
Students benefit from the many parent volunteers who serve in the classroom with small student groups or one-on-one to provide additional reinforcement of academic skills. Parent volunteers also contribute their time and talents in many other ways to create a positive place for students.