The Arts, Math, Sciences, Literature, and History gives us a glimpse into God’s character and the world he created. We teach these subjects to learn more about who God is.
We love Jr. High students. Most of us remember Middle school as a bit of an odd age; however, middle school is where homeschooling really starts to get fun! Its where lasting relationships begin to be created, where kids begin to find their identity, and where pivotal choices are made.
In Middle school, Artios students are beginning to learn who they are in Christ. They are discovering new gifts, talents, and abilities. They are questioning everything and they have a deep desire to understand the world around them and how it relates to the story God has been telling since Genesis 1. Our desire at Artios is to help foster this desire to understand God’s story and their role in it.
We foster this desire to understand Truth in two programs available to Middle school students. By enrolling your student in the Jr. High Conservatory and the Artios Preparatory, you are giving your student the opportunity to explore the arts, culture, math, science, and the world around them in a hands-on, creative, and integrative manner. This is an important part in ensuring that your student is fully prepared for every good work.
The Artios Jr. High Curriculum is focused on helping students see how every subject they study is interconnected and part of the story God is telling. With an extra focus on character building, the Jr. High curriculum provides our teachers with a spring-board to reach the hearts of students.
ARTS AND ACADEMICS INTEGRATED INTO ONE-SEAMLESS CURRICULUM.
Jr. High students can take two programs at Artios: The Jr. High Conservatory, and the Artios Preparatory program. By enrolling in these two programs, you are offering your student the opportunity to take a hands-on, creative, and integrative approach to arts and academics.
- Developing a love of learning through exploration!
- Academic subjects in Reading, Math, Science, and History!
- Arts subjects in Music, Art, and Drama,
- Worldview Classes
- Bible reading and character formation.