Our Teaching Curriculum
Our programs teach children independence, self-control, confidence, basic Christian Principles, values, and morals. The school does not promote any specific church doctrine. Though most of our students are from Christian families we accept children of all faiths including Jewish and Muslim as well as children whose families are not faith-based.
Our learning programs combine structured and independent activities, large- and small-group interaction, and educational curricula that are reviewed regularly for effectiveness. Each child is valued as an individual with unique abilities and interests and is presented with opportunities to learn in an erivifonmenF that builds self-esteem, knowledge, and a positive outlook.
Our curriculum is an Illinois State Board of Education approved program that is capable of serving the individual needs of young learners. Here are the base curriculums we utilize for Reading, Mathematics, and Computer Science.
Makes mathematics real for students by building on what students already know and learn outside the math classroom and incorporating essential skills and concepts through exciting and relevantapplications. This connected math program is based on solid research and thoroughly field tested content. SRA Real Math exceeds today's math standards by aligning with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Focal Points and fully integrating all five strands of math proficiency including: Understanding, Computing, Applying, Reasoning and Engaging.
IMAGINE TOMORROW It is the number one goal of Imagine Tomorrow® to prepare all young children with the skills they will need to succeed in their future. From the very first class, children receive more than just computer basics.
Giving today's students the right EDGE tobe tomorrow's leaders.
The Epitome Edge after school program is designed to give students opportunities for skill building and mastery, healthy study habits and intentional relationship- building skills.
They will have enrichment activities that will introduce participants to experiences that could spark interests and expand their goals for their own schooling.