First Baptist Christian School Philosophy
Academic excellence is a high priority. Our educational program is accredited and uses a curriculum that is used worldwide and proven to be of the highest standards. We have carefully chosen this curriculum to create an academic environment that challenges children to learn.
Learning can be challenging. Some students learn faster than others. Smaller classes mean the teacher/student ratio creates a better learning environment. Teachers can provide more one-on-one instruction to students that might need additional help. Jesus used the small group approach to invest in his disciples.
Testing is necessary to determine if students can understand and grasp the material taught. Our program uses testing methods developed by accredited educators with years of experience.
Social interaction is part of the learning experience here at First Baptist Church of Taylorsville Christian School. We believe God is a relational being, and we see harmony, respect, and submission in the Trinity. In his image, God created us with relational needs and commanded us to love and help one another. We use these principles to teach children to respect others, obey those in authority, and love one another.
Discipline is vital to any society. God established acceptable ethical behavior and held his people accountable when they disobeyed. Any educational program that lacks discipline is flawed and becomes ineffective. Our program provides instruction and accountability to moral codes of conduct found in Scripture.
Children should learn in a clean and safe environment, and we designed our program for children to learn in the safest environment possible. From the moment a child arrives on our campus until they leave for home, we want parents to feel good about their decision to entrust us with their children.
Jesus instructed his followers to take the gospel to the nations. Here at First Baptist Church of Taylorsville Christian School, we believe children need the exposure and opportunity to serve, and a missional focus is a part of our educational program. Children, who participate in this type of education process, tend to be more civilized and tend to focus less on themselves and more on the needs of those around them. Students who attend our program will be encouraged and allowed to participate in activities and projects to serve their community.
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