The elementary program provides ample opportunities for the students to grow personally and spiritually through service and missions projects by participating in at least one serving-learning project annually. The project is incorporated within the curriculum, is age appropriate and cultivates our mission: Building Integrity and Modeling Service.
Students enjoy either visiting the organization or having a representative from the organization visit the school campus. Service projects include:
The middle school program provides service, missions, and personal growth opportunities for its students that continue to encourage compassion and development of leadership skills for the building of God’s kingdom.
Students have participated in community and international service projects:
Throughout the years various students in middle school and upper elementary grades have served as reading buddies to lower elementary students. This has served to model fluent reading and foster positive relationships with the younger students. Students are encouraged to develop a greater sense of responsibility by assisting in class and school fundraisers.
The high school program offers many opportunities for the students to minister to and serve both the school and community.
High school students serve 100 hours annually with half of the hours served during the school year through service week and in partnership with the Academy offerings.
High school students have the opportunities to serve through: