At the age of 4 years old, our students begin living out our school’s mission of receiving a superior collegiate education in a nurturing Christian environment that enables them to reach their highest academic potential.
Our curriculum is designed to challenge students to expand their learning experiences as they explore new and exciting areas of interest. Through our hands-on learning approach, students develop critical thinking and problem solving skills that are necessary for success academically and professionally.
We integrate S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) seamlessly into our core curriculum.
The Canterbury curriculum is enriched with academic rigor with a biblical worldview to fully equip students for academic success in college and beyond.
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Our reading and language arts class teaches the fundamental processes of communication through written and oral communication to expand students' social development, citizenship and leadership skills.
The mastering of logical and critical thinking skills are vital components of our mathematics program. The curriculum is aligned with our science curriculum to prepare students for future careers in medicine, engineering and architecture.
Our science program provides students with a sound foundation for understanding life science, earth science, physical science, the human body, space and technology.
We teach fine arts as an expression of worship and a reflection of the creative nature of God. Fine arts provides the necessary creativity and hands-on activities that enhance learning and provides an outlet for students to express their gifts and talents.
Our theme-based weekly chapels provide an outlet for our students to experience God and worship together as a student body. Students learn the Word of God and are equipped to apply biblical truths to their everyday lives.
Fun, age-appropriate activities are built into our physical education classes to promote wellness and sports-specific skills.
Our extracurricular activities include Chess Club, Speech Meet and Spelling Bee.
Our computer course provides students with hands-on learning that focuses on the development of computer skills. Students learn keyboarding, computer navigation, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher.