Catechism: Our students study the chief parts of Christian doctrine using Martin Luther’s Small Catechism, the Bible and a weekly workbook that correlates with the chapters of the catechism.
Religion: Students follow the Growing in the Word curriculum. They continue to develop their love for their Savior and discover ways to share God's Word with others.
Handwriting: Our students continue practicing cursive lettering with use of Zaner-Bloser worksheets and progress to using regular lined notebook paper.
Memory Work: Each week, our students learn Bible passages and parts of the catechism.
American History: Our students learn how our country began and grew to what it is today. We use the text, U.S. History, Creating America: Beginning to Reconstruction and Reconstruction to present, published by McDougal Littell, 2002.
Spanish: Students explore this second language through whole group lessons. They learn greetings, day of the week, months of the year, colors, numbers, classroom vocabulary, and common phrases. They also have an online personals Duolingo account.
Spelling: Our students retain, internalize, and transfer valuable spelling knowledge for improved results in all areas of literacy in the classroom and beyond. We use Zaner-Bloser’s Spelling Connections 2012
English Language Arts: Our students develop their skills in grammar and writing. We use the Shurley Method. We also spend time learning and practicing forensics.