We teach the Bible because it reveals the Triune God, His nature, man’s depravity, and need for Redemption. The Bible is the foundation through which all other disciplines are understood and truth is evaluated.
We teach Science because it reveals the Creator and magnifies the creativity, design, and order of God’s universe. Studying Science promotes the inquiry of the material world so that “men are without excuse” (Romans 1:22) as to the existence and power of God.
We teach History because it unfolds God’s Story of Redemption through revealing God’s sovereignty through all cultures, times, and events. We teach Geography because it deepens an awareness of God’s world in its entirety, highlighting the various cultures that exist and the physical features of the earth.
We teach Language Arts because God has given people the desire and ability to communicate both through oral and written expression. The study of Literature, Phonics, Grammar, Spelling, and Writing are essential components of effective communication.
We teach mathematics because it reveals the order of the created world. The intricacies and predictability of math teach critical thinking and problem solving that sharpen the mind and enhance daily living.
We teach Physical Education because it encourages care and respect for our bodies, acknowledging that they are created by God with unique gifts and abilities.
We teach the Arts because they reveal the creativity of God and the creativity individually placed and displayed in His image bearers by allowing children to express their creativity through music, dance, and visual art.