10

Average Class Size

4:1

Student Teacher Ratio

1373

Average SAT

Classical Education

Classical education seeks to stir the heart and the intellect to invite curiosity and ignite a passion for learning. It is less about training for a specific, temporal vocation and more about learning to think and live with an eternal purpose.

Our classical approach to education is a language-rich method of study that helps train students to recognize and love what is true, good, and beautiful. It is well-rounded in the study of science, math, chronological history, literature and poetry, English grammar, Latin, and the arts. This form of education has its roots in antiquity and for centuries has helped students become lifelong learners.

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Christian Beliefs

We believe an education in which Christ is central will shape the entire course of your child’s life. Being Christ-centered means that all we do, teach, and learn is grounded in the centrality and truth of scripture.

From this belief flows a pursuit of scholarship, excellence, community, and servanthood that drive us toward the fulfillment of our mission. We exist to build students into living cathedrals for the worship of Him in every area of our lives. We care about a Christ-centered education because we want everyone to know the true savior – Jesus. And we want them to see knowledge and wisdom as good gifts he has given for our joy, for the good of others, and for his glory.

Collaborative

Collaborative education is a blended teaching model where students enjoy a comprehensive curriculum taught in small classes by professional teachers three days a week and then receive detailed at-home assignments to complete under the guidance of parents.

Collaborative Education is family friendly. Also known as a hybrid or “University Approach”, the flexibility of the University Approach gives families more time to spend together or in their communities. Parents value their integral role in shaping their child’s educational and character development. Siblings educated in this model are not separated from one another five days of the week as in traditional schools. For a blended schedule school, unity and time together as a family are of high value. This also allows students to learn self-motivation and accountability in a safe home environment before transitioning to living independently.