Raising the Whole Child

We believe a person’s spirit (heart or will) is his or her executive center, that it is the place where action ultimately comes from and operates closely with the mind, the body, one’s relationships and soul.

Because of this, we know spiritual understanding and formation are vital to wholeness and that young people do not grow into healthy adults by default or by faith alone.  The process must be intelligent, intentional, comprehensive, and consistent or the noise of the culture will dictate the direction of their lives.

That is why our learning environments are different. We combine training and instruction with relationships and experience that empowers students to thrive intellectually, personally, and spiritually.


“A man’s life is what his thoughts make of it.”
— Marcus Aurelius