Take a walk through our elementary school and you’ll be surprised at what you find. Students dressed as pioneers sewing together a quilt or playing “jump the creek.” A student lying on a table pretending to be in surgery to help his classmates learn about “dissecting” sentences. You may hear a Spanish conversation coming from a classroom or see groups of students using Legos to help understand math and science concepts. You might see high school students working with younger students on a solar power project or solving a problem on the electronic Smart Board. What you are witnessing is EPIC learning. EPIC stands for Experiential, Participatory, Image driven, Connected learning. This type of learning engages the students, keeping their attention and allowing students to grasp concepts no matter what their learning style. Come visit our halls and look for ways EPIC learning is taking place.

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  1. Summer Office Hours

    High School Office - Starting June 2, 2014- The office will be open 9 AM - 2 PM Mon-Thurs, Closed Friday Elementary Hours - Starting June 9, Tuesday and Thursday only, 9 AM - 2 PM

  2. 6th Grade Mission Trip

    The 6th graders will be in Charleston, West Virginia from May 12-16. Be in prayer for them as they travel and seek to be the hands and feet of Jesus. You can follow them on their blog and check out what past trips were like. We are so excited for them to serve and make memories to last a...

  3. 2013-2014 Elementary Honor Roll Lists

    3rd Quarter Honor Roll 3rd Grade:  Aidan Barnishin, Hope Carroll, Abi Circele, Cameron DeBerry, Cailyn Dickey, Addison Gwynne, Spencer Inman, Carson Little, Keelie Miller, Jewel Myers, Anna Ranous, McKenna Reindel, Connor Rogers, Lilly Smith, Kiersten Swihart, Makaela Wiggershaus, Carys...

  4. Tuition Contest Winner Announced

    Tuition contest winner announced – The drawing for one year of free tuition took place on March 14. We prayed over the cards and asked that God would choose the family he would have win tuition. Our school treasurer, JoAnn Shinall, drew the winning card. And the winner is……Amy Jones, whose son,...

  5. Open House was a huge success!

    With more than 500 passports completed and our largest number of new families ever, we can safely say this year’s Open House event was successful! Thank you to everyone who visited, and to all our staff members who cheerfully made Open House a fun place to be. Here are some figures: 288 Current...

  6. Calamity Days Update

    Dear Parents, We have important information to share with you about calamity days. The Ohio Senate just passed a bill giving schools four extra calamity days – but we must FIRST use all of our blizzard bag days and regularly scheduled make-up days BEFORE the extra four days kick in. We want to...

  7. Students Bless Our Troops

    Mrs. Szakal and the Bless Our Troops Enrichment Class had a great time creating care packages for those serving in the military. They included special notes of encouragement in the care packages and prayed for the troops. Great job!  

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