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a love of God, a love of learning

Above all, we strive to provide an education that produces a love for God and a love for learning. Everything we do at KWCS is filtered through this purpose.

We believe that every child is born a person, uniquely made in the image of God. Not a placeholder that will one day be a person, but a person capable of the duty and delight of learning. We believe that every person is created with an innate desire to know and a curiosity to see the beauty of the world - a world created by a God of that loves them and calls them to love others. 

 

Our school provides a comprehensive and distinctly Christian approach that engages each child via a whole-person, Charlotte Mason inspired approach to education.  This way of learning leads teachers to present children with a "feast of ideas" by studying many different subjects - literature, poetry, science, history, art, composer study, nature study, foreign language and music.   Students acquire a thirst for knowledge and a lifelong joy of learning, established in a deep appreciation for the truth and wisdom found in a FULL spectrum of subjects.

Our school strives to...

 

Glorify God

Our greatest hope is to take part in raising up a generation and a culture that reveres God, serves others, and redeems the world in all they do.

 

Equip Parents

We believe that God has given parents the responsibility of educating their children and therefore, school should be an extension of the home.  We believe that young children should spend most of their time at home in order to internalize family values, but also to allow free time to explore the world around them.

 

Engage Students

We use a Charlotte Mason inspired curriculum to provide students with a “feast of ideas”, balancing math and literacy with arts and humanities. Lessons are real-world, hands-on and strive to produce life-long learners.

An observant child should be put in the way of things worth observing.

 Charlotte Mason