Our elementary and middle levels (K-8) use an integrated, multi-aged curriculum. Content from various disciplines is integrated through themes, projects, plays, and other learning experiences, so children develop an understanding of concepts and make connections across disciplines. In preparation for the demands of the next step, the fifth and sixth grades are part of the elementary school but acts as a two-year transition period into the middle school.
The high school, (9-12) offers three major programs of study: Honors, College Prep, and ESL. The Honors program provides access to seven Advanced Placement (AP) courses. The servant leadership and global development of the students includes 25 hours of community service per year in high school and a semester project that seniors are required to complete to graduate.