Kindergarten – 5th Grade

We are a nontraditional Kindergarten-5th grade Kingdom Education school. We honor each child as an individual made in the image of God.

My Father’s World Curriculum

The mornings are structured with intentional, well thought out studies and the afternoons are more flexible with projects and student-led activities. 

Hebraic Classical Education

  • Grammar/Discover stage:  Classic methodologies such as learning Greek and Latin roots
  • Logic/Investigate: Creative assignments through notebook assignments using writing/art 
  • Rhetoric/Declare: Applying rules of logic making conclusions verbally and in writing

Charlotte Mason

We respect and educate the whole child – body, soul, spirit, mind, will, and emotions.

  • Excellent literature (living history primary resources)
  • Regular time outdoors observing nature (nature notebooks)
  • Picture study, drawing lessons, composers, foreign language
  • Physical activities outside (climbing, running, walking)
  • Material to work with (clay, wood, leather)
  • Scientific instruments (microscope, thermometer, magnifying glass)

Unit Study

Connecting learning activities to a particular theme with a variety of subjects encourages students to see the big picture. 

Bible Integration

The Bible is integrated in all subject areas with a Biblical worldview from Genesis to Revelation. Phonics lessons are used in the Bible Reader for Learning God’s Story. Students create a Bible notebook summarizing and illustrating Bible stories. Hands-on activities and memory verses are included. Children read the Bible for themselves using the NIrV Discoverer’s Bible for Young Readers.

Global Focus

Learning about God’s heart for different cultures and civilizations all over the world, students and families will develop God’s love for the world.

Rhema Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and financial aid programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.