Every day begins with a short devotional time. Day to day devotions vary between worship activities, reflections on Scripture, and sharing in small groups.
Throughout their Upper School years, students also participate, three times each week, in a Christian Studies class. During these classes, they read through the majority of the Bible, learn about church history, and consider the history of doctrine from the time of Christ to the present, as captured in two classic statements of the faith. Students also discover with the coherency of the Christian faith within the context of our fallen world.
In all of their courses, students are taught by teachers who, in addition to having expertise in their fields, are committed to their Christian faith. Study of literature, history, math, science, language, and the arts occur under the guidance of these teachers. These principles permeate this teaching: the wonder of creation, the continuity of God’s sovereignty through time, and the truth that our creative abilities reflect both God’s artistry and our bearing of His image.