College Preparatory Curriculum
We offer a more stringent curriculum in order to better prepare students for the academic rigor they will encounter in college. In addition to core academics, students participate in Spanish class, Art, Music, Jewish customs, Gym and more.
Your child will be studying through an inclusive Abeka Language Arts curriculum. Strategies will be utilized to reach every learner on their level. Students will make gradual shifts from learning to read to reading to learn. Abeka is based on biblical principles that address the nature of the learner and learning itself, the nature of truth and authority, and what is truly important to learn and remember.
singapore math curriculum
Students will be engaged in the Singapore Math Curriculum. The Primary Mathematics series was written in 1982 by the Primary Mathematics Project Team, appointed by the Curriculum Planning and Development Division of the Ministry of Education in Singapore. The series has been identified with excellence and achievement in Singapore’s primary school mathematics curriculum. It is currently being used all over the U.S., including California, Georgia, and Massachusetts, where students have shown significant math gains.
Students are introduced to the Spanish language and Spanish speaking countries’ culture. Students learn vocabulary that is relevant to their everyday tasks and activities. Students will learn how to greet and respond to greetings, express likes and dislikes, make requests, follow commands, and begin to provide information in Spanish. Students can understand learned expressions, simple questions, and commands. We are preparing students for their God Appointed Calling in a Global World.
Students will explore the Jewish beliefs, customs, feasts, practices, and holidays. We will establish the foundation of our faith and expand our understanding of our Covenant God and his people.
Psychologically the brain consists of two parts, the left and right hemisphere. The left brain is used in logical thinking and analytical processes. This is typically what is trained in schoolwork that consists of math, reading, and science. The right brain is used in emotional perception, intuition, and creativity. It is the right brain that is mainly used when a student is involved in creative endeavors. It appears for the brain to be efficient, both hemispheres have to work together. By stimulating and exercising the right hemisphere of the brain, the arts strengthen the connection between the hemispheres. We want God to speak to our students in every area of their lives. God can and will speak to our students through the arts.
Students receive a hands on Science Learning experience. Elementary grades learn through the Abeka Science curriculum, as well as have labs at the Creative Discovery Museum once a month. Middle and High School have a hybrid learning science classroom through our partner school, Veritas.
Students will enroll in an online history course that is chosen for success. Veritas Press brings history to life through interactive, Christ centered, and academically rigorous history lessons.
- A curriculum developed to deepen students understanding of Cultures of the Kingdom.
Each month students learn about a new Culture of the Kingdom. These cultures consist of: Culture of Honor and Respect, Culture of Worship, Culture of Prayer, Culture of Sowing and Reaping.. and much more! This curriculum was built specifically for Redemption Kids School of Ministry. It is the foundational piece of all learning at RKSM.