We will use the beautiful, natural environment surrounding our campus as part of a comprehensive education where students learn through their work on the school farm and in a variety of outdoor programs. Our educational philosophy views the outdoors — the glory of God’s creation — as a natural and critical extension of the classroom.
Rather than melt into electronic screens during their free time, our students will be encouraged to hike our land and wooded trails. They might organize a pick-up basketball game or spend some time fishing. They could tend the animals on our farm or read a good book. They might write poetry, practice a musical instrument, pen a sonata or paint a landscape. They would be limited only by their imaginations and the good counsel of their teachers.