The curriculum for three-year-old children is based on developing readiness skills. They  also learn about letters and numbers in a fun but educational way.

The program for the four and five-year-old children includes phonics, numbers, and writing.  All classes have Bible stories and activities as well as memory verses.

Social skills, large and small motor coordination, and self-concept are fostered in various activities such as stories, music, art projects, sharing time, games, etc.

Elementary grades continue to build on the foundation established in the preschool.  The A Beka curriculum is used in all grades.

Intermediate has been established to help transition from elementary to high school.  The A Beka curriculum is used predominantly in the intermediate level.

Occasionally, curriculum from a publisher other than A Beka is used in the high school, but it is always examined as to quality and content.  Curriculum is chosen to meet the needs of the students and the school.