Our mission is to glorify God by providing an excellent classical Christian education founded upon a biblical worldview which equips students to live purposefully and intelligently in service to God and others. We are partnering with parents to raise up a generation who will have a profound understanding of the world, grounded by a Christ-centered focus.
How do we do this? One answer to this all-important questions is that we use time-tested methods and content to instill within students a grasp of the lost tools of learning. Consider what’s happening in literature and composition courses from kindergarten students to eighth graders, after just one week of school. Kindergarteners are beginning to learn all of the sounds of the 74 basic phonograms, in preparation for later learning the 31 spelling rules of the English language. 8th grade students are discussing questions designed to hone their critical inquiry of the world, such as “In light of a Biblical worldview, while also considering sources as diverse as Baroness Orczy’s “The Scarlet Pimpernel” and Robespierre’s treatise on “The Justification on the Use of Terror,” consider whether or not the use of terror is indeed justified.”
When parents, students and teachers join together to pursue shaping children’s hearts and minds, when we’re pulling in the same direction, leaning in to our common mission and relying on the Lord for His provision, then truly, the result is good and beautiful.