Statement of Faith

Goals and Objectives

Admissions Form


Comparison of Education

Classical Christian Education Public-School Education
Christ-centered education Man-centered education
Original documents based Textbook based
Education for formation Education for information
Development of critical thinking - "Why?"
Emphasis on the true, good, and beautiful
Emphasis on grammar, logic, and rhetoric
Development of correct procedures -"How?"
Integrated interdisciplinary learning
Appreciation of western civilization
Latin as a requirement
Humanities and fine arts emphasis
Fragmented and disjointed learning
Critique of western civilization
Latin as an elective
Techno-rational emphasis
Requires the student to learn how to learn
Mastery as working to one's fullest potential
Lifelong love of learning as the ultimate goal
Requires the student to learn how to pass tests
Mastery as measured by test grades
Graduation the ultimate goal
Truth is objective, knowable and absolute Truth is subjective, unknowing, and relative
Becoming like Jesus to serve His Kingdom Self-actualization, achieving personal peace and affluence
Parents as primary educators Teachers as primary educators

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