“Feel this apple. Smell it. What color is it? The first letter in apple is ‘A’.”
This is how students experience the ABCs. Because of our smaller class sizes, learning experiences are more intimate. The teacher spends more time looking into the eyes of each student to see if they are grasping concepts.
From preschool through middle school, children feel the individual attention. It comes as a result of our teachers’ personal conviction to Christian education—an education that cares as much about nurturing the soul of each student as his or her understanding of fractions. Our teachers become active participants in the lives of their students. They share in each other’s joy and sorrow, uniting in devotions and prayer. Together they praise God for the lessons he continues to teach, and for inspiring our staff to become great teachers in every sense.