Canyon Heights Academy, a private Catholic school, believes the complete education of a child includes development of the intellect, character and spirit—as well as inspiring the heart to make the world a better place.
Our strong academic curriculum allows students to discover the world around them and think critically about it. In parallel, the Character and Service programs foster growth of the person. Our goal is to educate, form and inspire today’s youth to be the leaders who will transform the world of tomorrow.
Educating the intellect at Canyon Heights means developing a lifelong love for learning. Our curriculum provides a solid, coherent, integrated foundation of knowledge, concepts and skills to accomplish that goal. Our curriculum addresses the intellectual, social, physical, emotional and moral development of children in grades Preschool through eighth grade. Following our philosophy and curriculum, we create high, yet reasonable, academic expectations for our students. As a Catholic school, our program stresses a strong academic education combined with programs to develop character and cultivate leaders who will make our world a better place.
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Besides the acquisition of knowledge, a Canyon Heights student receives the tools and guidance in forming a strong character. Students develop a character normally associated with socially mature persons, exemplifying perseverance and completion of tasks, clear expression of thought and feeling, self-reflection and appropriate manners.
Our programs to Form the Character provide the opportunities and cultivate the necessary skills to form a strong and virtuous character, choosing what is good even when it is difficult. The benefits of participating in athletics, learning to speak well in public and work with others in leadership development create student leaders who know where they are going and have the capacity to get there.