At The Academy our youngest Warriors spend their school day immersed in hands-on learning with a God-centered curriculum. Our TK and K students learn the importance of shining for Christ and seeking Him each day. They fill our hallways with the sweetest voices lifted up in prayer and worship. Whether it is reading groups or a fun science activity, you will see our TK and K students learning what it means to live like Jesus. We are so thankful for the opportunity to help lay a the Biblical foundation for our littlest ones. Their eagerness to learn about Jesus is a reminder of how important Kingdom Education truly is.
The Grammar School’s curriculum is designed to allow students and teachers to meet the mission of The Academy. Our students strive to be well-trained servant leaders who work toward academic excellence. Lessons and activities are biblically integrated and allow students to grow in their love for God and servant leadership. Our students thrive in a safe, nurturing, developmentally appropriate environment which encourages the natural inquisitive nature of children. Whether students are participating in chapel worships, solving math problems, or working collaboratively in history and science, they thrive in a challenging educational setting. The Grammar School curriculum provides a strong foundation of knowledge, rooted in faith, so that all students can reach their fullest potential.
Whitesburg Christian Academy’s Upper School curriculum is biblically-based, college preparatory, and centered on a classical approach to education. Students learn to interpret their life experiences and observations based on the teachings of the Bible. Academy students actively pursue excellence. From daily instruction in classrooms to national and international field studies, teachers challenge students with rigorous and relevant content. Students have opportunities to excel in honors classes, Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment classes, engaging electives and fine arts, foreign language, and enrichment and service clubs. Upper School students are taught to present their thoughts and conclusions in clear, powerful, and eloquent language, building in our students a biblical worldview. Academy graduates are ready to make an impact on the world.