Four year old students enjoy a lively academic program that will grow their desire to learn. This enjoyable educational foundation introduces children to phonics and develops early reading skills as they learn to read one- and two-vowel word stories. Students are excited to show what they can do as they learn to trace and write letters and their name, as well as recognize and count numbers to 100. Visual perception, listening skills, and motor skills are further developed through a dedicated skills time each day.
Students' natural curiosity and excitement for learning is expanded through interesting and engaging lessons. Building upon an early foundation in phonics, students will learn to read one- and two-vowel word stories, as well as stories with more difficult phonics special sounds. Eye-hand coordination is developed as students learn to write individual letters, followed by consonant-vowel blends and complete sentences. Students learn to count, recognize, and understand number concepts to 100 and number combination families 1 - 10. Vocabulary, language, and cognitive skills, as well as character and social development instruction are included in this comprehensive curriculum.
Elementary (Grades 1-5)
The early elementary grades will see students master phonics and develop reading comprehension skills. Sound writing habits will be developed through activities that provide language skills practice and reinforcement. History, science and health are extensions of the reading program as students learn to enjoy and appreciate God's world and discover how our country was founded. In arithmetic students will learn concrete math facts which they will apply to abstract problems, exercising their reasoning and thinking ability.
With the transition to upper elementary students will be introduced to formal grammar, including capitalization, punctuation, and three parts of speech. Students will apply their grammar knowledge to creative writing through composition exercises. Additional arithmetic concepts such as square measures, estimation, and fractions will be introduced. Comprehensive history and geography instruction will include state and nation history projects. In science students will be challenged in their study of plants and animals as well as the human body systems.
Middle School (Grades 6-8)
The middle school continues the pattern of challenging academics while helping students mature from children to adolescents. Grammar continues to be emphasized as students are introduced to a variety of literature and poetry. Math concepts are reinforced as students advance from basic math to pre-algebra. World and American history are an integral part of the middle school curriculum. Through life science emphasizes God's design and organization of living things while earth and space science emphasizes God as the Creator of the universe and presents nature as a testimony to His greatness.
High School (Grade 9-12)
The high school offers a college preparatory curriculum and provides instruction that reflects the high school graduation and state assessment requirements for the State of Georgia. Upon graduation students are prepared to pursue the next level of education desired.