top of page



Our Primary students attend daily classes in Bible, Memlok and Bible drills, Mathematics, Grammar, Phonics and Spelling, Literature, Reading, Composition, Pattern Blocks, Dacta, and Physical Education. Throughout each week there are additional classes which include Spanish, Choir, Art and Science.



Students engage in a Bible verse memorization curriculum called Memlok. Students love Memlok due to the energetic pace that’s customized to their learning ability. After completion of each topic (i.e., verses that focus on Deity, Sovereignty, Joy etc.) students receive a certificate of completion. Students participate in Bible Drills where they are quizzed by their teacher on memorization of topics such as the Ten Commandments, ten plagues, and the disciples, etc. Additionally, the students have Bible time every day. A portion of Scripture is read and then questions are asked and discussed. The students write or draw in their Bible journals, depending on their individual abilities. Bible time concludes with prayer requests and a time of prayer.



Primary students study science using Abeka which is a creation-based curriculum. Each chapter includes many enjoyable experiments and projects. Currently, our Primary students are studying the Abeka curriculum Health, Safety, and Manners where they are introduced to how to take care of their bodies, stay safe, as well as being kind and respectful to the people around them.



Primary students learn math concepts using Horizons curriculum. Each lesson involves learning a new math concept and reviewing previous concepts. The goal is to master each concept before moving on to the next.


Language Arts and Composition

Primary composition focuses on friendly letters, essay contests, stories, book reports, and holiday writing projects. Students are taught how to do an outline and write according to their level. Students are taught phonics and spelling through the Spalding method. Grammar is focused on through the Easy Grammar System through daily grammar worksheets. All curricula complement one another to give our students a well-rounded language arts understanding, as well as continually improving their writing skills.



Students pick and read books from the Literature list provided. This list is age and ability appropriate, and choices are directed by the teacher. After completing each book, the student will either give the teacher an oral review or will write a book report. The goal is to show comprehension of the text read.



Primary Spanish students will utilize The Complete Spanish Workbook for Kids by Modern Kids Press.  They will learn basic vocabulary by reviewing flashcards containing numbers, colors, feelings, family members, etc. They will also expand their listening skills through stories and children's songs performed in Spanish.


Pattern Blocks

Pattern Blocks are designed to build thinking skills. Students fill in designated shapes with directed geometric blocks. The curriculum builds on knowledge learned and challenges the students on each level. After each set is completed, students receive a certificate signifying their readiness to move to the next level.



Dacta is an ACA favorite in which the students and their team partners build a designated object or shape using LEGOS or wooden blocks. The goal of Dacta is to encourage building skills and critical thinking, all while learning to work as a team and having fun.

bottom of page