Classical educational models delivered through proven teaching strategies

Teaching Strategies

  • Mastery Learning

  • Project Based Learning

Classical Education

  • Summit Bible Curriculum

  • The Noah Plan

Teaching Strategies

Mastery Learning

An instructional strategy and educational philosophy that states students must achieve a level of mastery in prerequisite knowledge before moving on to learn subsequent information.

Project Based Learning

Project Based Learning (PBL) is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an authentic, engaging, and complex question, problem, or challenge. —Buck Institute for Education PBL Works

Classical Education

Summit Bible Curriculum

  • Biblical Worldview- Builds a framework for living biblically in every area of life
  • Apologetics- Teaches children how to defend their faith
  • Engaging Activities- Games, plays, and projects that bring the Bible to life
  • Real-Life Application- Applies what kids are learning to today’s world
  • Socratic Questioning- Questions that connect a student’s mind and faith

The Noah Plan® Curriculum

  • Replicating the educational approach that shaped the character and reasoning of America’s founders when literacy was at an all-time high
  • Restoring Christian principles to the classroom, the word of God as truth
  • The product of decades of research
  • Designed to educate the whole person on Christian principles
  • Identifies biblical principles in every subject

K-8 Curriculum

    Morning Meeting
    Bible Study
    Biblical Foundations of Natural History
    History and Geography
    English Language
    American Christian History
    Provided through Community-based Vendors

    What's the difference?

    How does Project Based Learning differ from “doing a project!