Classic Christian Education
Cultivating lifelong learners rooted in the foundation of Christian faith.
What is Classical Christian Education?
Classical Education is the method in which we educate our students to develop classical minds that search for truth, goodness, and beauty in every subject matter. This is done through the Classical Trivium, Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric, which describe the learning stages of children that best develop the classical mind as they grow through their education at Dripping Springs Christian Academy. For the classical mind, education does not cease on commencement day.
How does Classical Education incorporate Christ-Centered Education?
Classical is the methodology while Christ-centered provides the God-ward direction and focus. Christ-centered is the key and subordinates all else at the school. It not only wraps what we do in the name of Jesus Christ but also places Him at the center of every school activity.
Do you offer Pre-School?
K3 and K4 preschool classes focus on the child’s natural and age-appropriate ability to memorize, mimic, and master facts. DSCA has developed a customized curriculum that includes phonics, pre-writing and pre-reading skills, hands on experiments, Saxon Math and critical thinking/problem solving.
We dive deep into learning
Beginning in pre-school
Beginning in elementary school, students are taught to evaluate whether or not a given notion is consistent with the Bible by incorporating biblical truth and context into all subject areas. A solid spiritual foundation is formed when Bible instruction and Scripture memorization are combined with critical thinking, reasoning, an understanding of current events, and an application of a biblical worldview. Our ultimate objective is to equip our students with a biblical worldview that allows them to effectively confront the humanistic, post-Christian worldview with sound logic, decisive action, and clear expression.
DSCA has developed a customized curriculum that includes phonics, pre-writing and pre-reading skills, hands on experiments, Saxon Math and critical thinking/problem solving. Download Curriculum Chart