The goal of science is to train students to think critically so they can be good stewards of God’s creation. Asking questions, making inferences, developing testable hypotheses, designing experiments, making deductions from observations, and reaching conclusions are some of the problem solving methods all students learn to use in science classes. Scientific knowledge, use of technology, and the application of scientific knowledge to practical problems are integrated into major areas of study.

The Bible is immersed throughout the year in class to demonstrate it’s relevance to the past, present and future.