Why Choose a Classical & Christian Education for Your Child?
Classical Christian schools provide the best possible education, while helping students reach their God-given potential.
Age specific K–8th grade learning
Arma Dei Academy, a classical Christian school, cooperates with the student’s God-given strengths at each stage of growth. Young learners enjoy memorizing, singing rhymes and recitations laying a solid foundation in each subject. Logic level students are inquisitive, so they are trained to reason and discern truth through all that they learn. Thus, students know what they believe and can positively impact their community.
Time-tested method and content
Arma Dei Academy equips students to be lifelong learners by teaching a body of knowledge in a chronological, orderly fashion that cooperates with the student’s developing mind and body. Used for hundreds of years, this classical method produced many great thinkers with a long history of success. Graduates are familiar with history, composition, Latin, logic, math, science, rhetoric, and the fine arts, resulting in gracious, knowledgeable, thoughtful men and women.
Arma Dei Academy teaches subjects based on the principle that God is the Creator of all that exists. Therefore, all knowledge is interrelated, pointing back to Him. Biblical standards of conduct are applied in school life acknowledging that Jesus Christ is Lord of all. Arma Dei Academy believes that God has given parents responsibility for their children’s education. The academy instructs those students under the parents’ delegated authority.
Students are capable of achieving much more than is commonly thought, and therefore classical Christian schools have high expectations for learning. Students with a classical Christian education experience the personal satisfaction that is inherent in mastering difficult tasks.
Arma Dei Academy is a community of believing parents and teachers sharing a commitment for teaching students to love learning and grow in godliness. Smaller class sizes (1:16 ratio) ensure that teachers know their students and are better able to serve them individually.