Our arts classes for 4-11 year olds are taught through a historical perspective and allow student to creatively learn in a hands on way. We rotate through time periods of history to give students a well-rounded view of the arts throughout history. We have four classes each afternoon: History, Music, Drama & Visual Art. Students create artwork, play instruments, and act out dramas as it relates to the time period being studied.
Our Middle and High School arts classes are held on Mondays for 12 year olds to 12th graders. These classes are technique driven giving instruction in areas of Drama, Music, and Visual Art. Classes vary each school year. A la carte options are available or students may take a full load in the afternoons choosing from available classes. Our current schedule is listed in our class menu.
Drama Company - Middle and High School students can audition for our Drama Company. Students commit to attending rehearsals for a theater production performed at an off site community theater. Drama Company performs at the end of each semester.
Drama Club - Elementary students rehearse for smaller-scale theater performances each semester.
Art Club - Elementary students delve into various art mediums and styles with art shows each semester.
Elementary Chorus - Elementary students meet for chorus with performances each semester.
Private Music Lessons - Elementary, Middle, and High School students can attend private music/vocal lessons with a recital each semester. See the class menu for which instruments are offered this school year.
Master's Elementary Academics
Our Elementary academics program meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays and includes classes in Language Arts (grammar, composition, and literature), Math, Bible, Science, History, and Spanish for grades K4 through 6th. (For information on our 7th to 10th grade classes see Academics Middle & High.) All classes are taught through a Biblical perspective. We have an integrated and creative approach to learning using logic and problem solving as the basis for understanding. Students receive home assignments through our online system to complete on days at home. Concepts are introduced and taught in class and then practiced and reinforced at home with parent assistance.
Our Middle and High School academics program meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays and offers college prep classes in Language Arts (grammar, composition, and classic literature), Math, Bible, Science, History, Spanish, and French for grades 7th through 10th. We have an integrated and creative approach to learning using logic and problem solving as the basis for understanding. A la carte class options are available. Our online system allows parents and students access to home assignments and grades. Students in middle and high school are encouraged to become independent learners and critical thinkers who are responsible for keeping up with their own assignments and grades with less parent supervision and assistance than in the elementary grades.