A comprehensive curriculum that is designed to stimulate young minds exists at the hub of our program. All materials are presented from a biblical world view. Our Bible curriculum is non-denominational.
In our elementary program, Bible is always the first class of the day. You will be amazed at your scholars biblical knowledge at the end of the year. Our scholars excel in the study and memorization of biblical passages.
Reading is the foundation of our elementary classrooms. The same phonics program is used starting in the 2- and 3-year-old room through the second grade. The continuity of one systematic approach through the elementary grades leads to higher fluency and early reading comprehension. Our Kindergarten scholars are reading by the end of the year.
Our Mathematics program enables our scholars to find order, reason, and to develop problem solving skills. Our scholars consistently score above grade level in reading and mathematics on our annual standardized test.
Students in our Elementary program will also study language arts, science, social studies, geography, health and spelling. Cursive is taught starting in Kindergarten. Students will have 45 minutes of Special Area classes, consisting of Physical Education or Music, daily. All of our elementary students participate in daily recess!
The Upper Level program encompasses the seventh through twelfth grades. The primary academic purpose of the Senior High school is to prepare scholars for college. The college preparatory program is designed to prepare scholars for obtaining scholarships and college entrance. Most of the scholars are on a college preparatory track. These students receive a core curriculum that most colleges require for admission. Students are also able to take up to two dual enrolled classes per semester at Daytona State College, books are however, the responsibility of the scholar. Scholars who are wanting to add more rigor to their schedule are also able to take on-line courses through Florida Virtual School to gain more high school credits per year.
For scholars who are not planning to attend college, a business course of study is available. A resource center is also available to help a limited number of scholars who need assistance beyond the traditional classroom.