Language, Music, and Art

Hearing and Seeing God through Beauty

All of our programs are designed to point students toward the good, the true, and the beautiful in every subject and in every aspect of live. In order for education to be holistic and geared to the whole person, it has to acknowledge that mankind was created to be join God in making the world beautiful through language, music, and art.

Students in each grade level engage with lessons in language, music, and art so they can develop a greater skill and appreciation for cultivating beauty in the world.
The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork. Day to day pours out speech, and night to night reveals knowledge.
—Psalm 19: 1–2

Teaching Students to Value Creativity and Expression

Our curriculum is permeated with instruction in aesthetics so students cultivate an appreciate for beautiful language, music, and art.


God speaks to us with language, and in many different types of language: narrative, poetry, instruction, and proverbs. And so, or curriculum emphasizes the learning of language. We do this by working a great deal with English language and by learning Latin, which gives students insight into the deep roots of the words that we use today.


God created man to be musical. King David—the man after God’s own heart—wrote psalms and played instruments. God sings over his people (Zeph. 3). From the earliest ages, our students learn the psalms that God has given us and the best hymns in the history of the church. Beginning in the 3rd Grade, students can choose to learn to play the violin or the cello.


The Bible describes artisans who beautify places of worship. We believe that gaining skill in creating and appreciating art is a fundamental aspect of the development of a person made in the image of God. Art classes and projects enable students to explore the concept of aesthetics and play a part in making the world more beautiful.

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