We are a non-denominational classically based preK-12 school. Our education prepares students to become responsible, self-governing individuals capable of critical thinking. Our curriculum recognizes the foundational value of the Judeo-Christian roots and Greco-Roman heritage of Western civilization and is based on an understanding of the three basic stages of learning: grammar, dialectic, and rhetoric. All students are expected to engage the classical curriculum to the best of their ability and are encouraged to build on strengths and improve weaknesses in a structured environment which stresses respect for authority and personal responsibility. Recognizing the central role that parents play in the training of their own children, we believe that it is imperative to foster a partnership with the parents. This involves a commitment from the parents, the school and the student.
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