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"Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy — meditate on these things."

Philippians 4:8

CLASSICAL & CHRISTIAN

Where should you send your child to school?

This is a difficult question for many Christian parents. You have invested so much in your children while they are young, planting seeds of faith and learning. And now you must decide where they will spend their days, continuing in that journey. 

 

You are looking for strong academics; a place that values filling young minds with as many facts about our created world as possible. You also desire a school where children can ask questions, make connections, and feel confident in finding the truth.

You hope for a place where children can learn to be a light to the world, and where they are surrounded by and learn to seek and create beauty.

As Christians you desire an environment where goodness, kindness, and respect are expected, scripture is embraced, and Christ is glorified.

 

Like you, at St. Timothy’s we are focused not just on what children are learning, but who they are becoming. We provide the good soil for the seeds that you have planted to grow, cultivating mind, heart, body, and soul.

What makes a classical, Christian education at

St. Timothy's unique?

A classical, Christian education:

  • prepares students for the world and doesn’t just protect them from it; it prepares your child to succeed at life so they can meaningfully engage in the world and make a difference – to ask questions, apply logic and develop core knowledge.

  • takes seriously that all truth is God’s truth as it trains children to seek knowledge and truth for a lifetime.

  • is inherently transformational: by being immersed in the truths of the gospel and the great ideas of Western culture, students are changed. We seek, with the Apostle Paul, to be “transformed by the renewal” of our minds and hearts (Rom. 12:1-2). We hope and believe that this will result in the best citizens who will in turn transform their communities, working creatively in all spheres of life.

  • instills a life-long love of learning: students’ God-given desire to know is captured and cultivated by an exciting and joy-filled learning environment.

  • links education directly with the purpose of a Christian life. A classical Christian education knits together every subject, as both a reflection of God’s order and a way of answering His call to come to him.

What do you want your child to learn?

Our goal is to graduate students who:

  • are delighted by words and who are well-read

  • are competent in the grammar of writing, so that they can be clear and persuasive

  • are well-grounded in mathematical computation, problem-solving, and logic

  • are informed about the physical world and stand in wonder and awe of God’s creation

  • are educated about the events of history and are historically minded, trained to think about causes and consequences,

  • are inspired by beauty in music and art

  • and have the word of God written on their hearts.