Our primary concern is the type of student each child is becoming.
“I am a child of God. I ought to do his will. I can do what he says. And, by his grace I will”
– Charlotte Mason’s motto
We view all children as persons, created in God’s image, with a vast potential for a fruitful life filled with interests and relationships.
Children learn best when they are at peace. An atmosphere of joyful acceptance and togetherness is necessary for a child to grow and thrive.
Our lives are shaped by habits. Over time, they become our character and serve to shape who we are, how we think, act, work and relate.
Real learning happens when students engage novelists, poets, philosophers, scientists, mathematicians, artists, musicians, historians and explorers.