Educating students to reach their highest potential both spiritually and academically is our focus. We differentiate math and language arts instruction to meet the needs of our students. Enrichment courses are provided for qualifying students, as well as, specialized instruction for those who thrive in a smaller group setting.
Junior high students are challenged in an Algebra tracked math class and develop critical thinking, problem solving and collaboration skills.
To further enhance student learning; field trips to locations such as: The Morton Arboretum, DuPage Children's Museum, Naper Settlement, Kline Creek Farm, National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago Symphony, Timber-lee, (7th grade) and Washington D.C. (8th grade) are scheduled throughout the year.
An internally staffed Extended Day program is available for students allowing time for homework completion and socialization without leaving campus. We offer SCHOLARS, an after-school program, which provides students assistance with organization and homework.