The Master’s School offers its students an education that is both classical and Christian. It is classical in that it draws on the heritage of western civilization and culture. It is Christian in that it recognizes the Bible as the final authority in matters of life and thought.
Students are offered a rich humanities, arts, and social studies curriculum which integrates study of literature and arts with the study of history and geography. Students grow to understand the present and gain perspective on the future through acquiring knowledge of the past. Work done in the language arts and math is accelerated and designed to be one year advanced in comparison to what is generally accepted as grade level.
Student progress is evaluated against our curriculum requirements and through the use of standardized tests. Students in grades one through six annually take the CPT IV, a nationally-normed achievement test developed by Educational Records Bureau.
The Master’s School is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International.