We are happy that you have decided to explore Arma Dei Academy as you consider your options for your child’s Christian education journey. We realize that you have many educational choices and classical Christian education might be new to you. Classical Education is anchored in the trivium with an emphasis on teaching the grammar, logic and rhetoric of each course correlating to the student’s ability to learn. It includes the classical language, Latin, and integrates learning through a study of the great works of western civilization. But there is more than academic excellence. At Arma Dei Academy, Christian character development is emphasized and reinforced. We develop jointly with our families, the whole student. We teach a biblical worldview and its incorporation into every aspect of Arma Dei Academy. We aim to create an environment where students flourish. We look forward to working with your family as you move forward on this journey. Please join us for one of our open houses, or feel free to call the school with questions.
We aim to graduate students, who think clearly and listen carefully with discernment and understanding; who reason persuasively and articulate precisely; who are capable of evaluating their entire range of experience in the light of the Scriptures; and who do so in joyful submission to God. We strive to build a legacy of intelligent and thoughtful leaders who will pursue a purposeful life marked by truth. We currently have over 100 students in Kindergarten through eighth grade and are growing.
We incorporate a sense of community and responsibility toward the school; our parents are well informed about the goals of the classical and Christ-centered approach. We encourage our families to be actively and intently involved in and excited about the school. Our school is made up of families from a 30 mile radius.
Arma Dei Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities made available to students of the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial assistance, athletics or any other school administered programs.
Finally, in our relationship with our community, we aim to be above reproach. We seek to exemplify the unity of the body of Christ, to develop greater fellowship and understanding with the churches, and to bring honor to our Lord in all our endeavors.
Classical vs. Traditional Education
Classical vs. Traditional Education Download the free PDF “An Introduction to Classical Education. A Guide for Parents by Christopher A. Perrin, MDiv, PhD