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School of Grammar (Classes 1-6)

Students at this stage will readily soak up information and memorize facts as they acquire reading, writing, and arithmetic skills. They will learn the who, what, when, and where of subjects including: multiplication facts, U.S. states and capitals, biological classification, history from Creation to modern day, parts of speech, physical education and health, and major composers, to name a few.

While we cannot expose you to all aspects of our classroom experience here, we have selected a few highlights. These represent only a small fraction of our curriculum, but they do provide insight into our classroom experience.

Some things your child will read ...
  • The Bible
  • The Story of Ping (Class 1)
  • Pilgrim's Progress (Class 2)
  • Charlotte's Web (Class 3)
  • Sign of the Beaver (Class 4)
  • Caddie Woodlawn (Class 4)
  • Gilgamesh the Hero (Class 5)
  • D'Aulaires Book of Greek Myths (Class 5)
  • Where the Red Fern Grows (Class 5)
  • Treasure Island (Class 6)
  • Christmas Carol (Class 6)
  • Julius Caesar (Class 6)
Some things your child will do ...
  • Learn to read using phonics
  • Practice the art of penmanship and cursive
  • Honor history through historical days
  • Learn to write and speak well
  • Master math facts
  • Recite poetry
  • Memorize Scripture and hymns
  • Understand language by studying Latin
  • Collect and study leaves, rocks, and insects
  • Write multiple paragraph essays
  • Imitate great artists
  • Read the Bible and see God's hand in all we learn and do

Classes 1-2

8:15 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

8:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Classes 3-6

8:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

School of Grammar Administration
Amber Burgin,
Grammar School Administrator


Destiny McPheeters,
Grammar School Administrator

Curriculum Map

Enrichment-Class 6