A Christian worldview permeates our daily lessons, our programs, and the course of study for science and history, in particular. We prepare students to live and engage in God's world with a faith-based perspective.
Heritage Studies-"...guides students in analyzing and evaluating historical events, world cultures, and primary sources from a biblical worldview" (BJU Press, 2021).
Grades 5/6 take a robust look Ancient Civilizations through the eyes of Christian historians.
Math & Science
Purposeful Design Math-. "Students will grow in confidence as they master problem-solving skills and real-life application through manipulative use and modeling. Project-based learning provides STEM and biblical worldview connections throughout" (ACSI, 2020).
Purposeful Design Science-"an inquiry-based, hands-on approach to science instruction that will give your students numerous opportunities to discover principles and truths of God's creation" (ACSI, 2020).
Students receive regular phonics, writing, and grammar instruction. K-2 use Wilson's Fundations and grades 3 and up use Shurley English.
Cursive writing instruction is part of daily instruction for grades K-4. Spelling practice and testing continues through middle school.
Reading instruction at the lower levels utilize a basal reader and leveled readers. Grades 3 and up begin incorporating novels into the program. By grade 7, all reading curriculum is novel-based.
General music instruction, twice weekly, provides music theory/appreciation, song, and dance.
A Modern Approach to Band
Students who wish to play a band instrument are paired with a professional teacher that specializes in that instrument. Private lessons are held on campus via a weekly live remote lesson. No need to drive your child anywhere for lessons!
Although MCCS subsidizes the lesson fees, parents are responsible for the remaining fees which are paid quarterly.
Our daily Bible studies use Purposeful Design Bible textbooks. Students engage in weekly scripture memorization, learning about Jesus, and how to apply Biblical truths to their own lives.
A weekly chapel is held each Wednesday. Guests from supporting area church bodies rotate leading the chapel.