Young children are naturally inquisitive and eager to explore the world around them. Classical education focuses on nurturing these important fundamental skills through songs, movement, guided discovery and hands-on activities that encourage curiosity, creativity, and joy in the learning process.
Curiosity, energy, and a natural excitement for exploring. Kindergartners were created uniquely to experience the world God created with wonder and enthusiasm. Their early learning experiences should encourage and reinforce these natural tendencies as well as prepare them for a lifetime of joyful learning.
Choosing a school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. In the ever-changing landscape of education today, it has become increasingly clear that bigger is not always better.
As Caroline reflected upon her time at Covenant, she recently shared, “My years at Covenant taught me how to think critically and creatively, speak well in public environments, manage my time as a student athlete, and see God in all aspects of my life.”
In category after category of the University of Notre Dame report, classical Christian schools outscore all other educational options—public, private preparatory, Catholic, evangelical, and homeschool—by significant margins.
Intellectual honesty is a virtue that influences how we use the knowledge that we have. Students build a foundation of knowledge and understanding that inspires confidence and reflects a heart of integrity.