The First Grade year is a tremendous year of growth and understanding in our student’s lives. Devotion and Bible time is spent teaching the children to assess their world through God’s plan for them according to scripture. They begin to hide God’s Word in their hearts through verse memorization and they learn to share the gospel with others.

The Second Grade students not only build on spelling, math, and reading skills they have learned in the first grade, but they are also introduced to many new concepts.

The Third & Fourth Grade years is an important transitional time for students as they become more aware of their surroundings and the creator who spoke everything into existence. God’s Word is emphasized through out all academic subjects.

By Fifth Grade, students are well-established as readers and their enthusiasm gains momentum. The students’ love for reading develops building vocabulary, comprehension analysis, structural analysis, and thought-provoking discussion.

Education through Discipleship

In raising followers of Jesus Christ, we have a greater purpose in education than simply gathering knowledge.  The more we learn in every subject, the more we understand about our God and His work.

Your children are fearfully and wonderfully made in the image of God, not in the image of a machine or conveyor belt school system. We are not only entrusted with your child’s education and safety but, more importantly, we are entrusted with cultivating the souls of your children and equipping them to become devoted followers of Christ with a strong Biblical worldview. Each child is exceptional, with unique strengths and weaknesses and deserves the personal attention and love that you, as a parent, would provide them at home.  FourteenSix Christian Academy is more than your average private school. We serve as an extension of your family, devoted to Biblical mentorship through a hybrid classical education.

The Christian worldview shines through each subject, enabling students to see God’s hand in science, math, history, literature, fine arts, and language.  Our goal is to disciple, train up, and cultivate a love of learning in students to think right so that they will make right decisions for themselves, their families, and their world.

Our discipleship-based classical academic model focuses on:

  • Emphasis on truth, with God’s Word as the standard
  • Biblical worldview focus in all subject matter
  • Hands-on science and chemistry through Apologetics
  • Focus on the importance of logic, reasoning, and proper language in communicating truth
  • Cultivate a love of learning through the classical model of teaching
  • Math memory and mastery K-8