Spiritual and character development, nurtured through God’s Word and Christian role models, supports and strengthens a student’s relationship with their Savior and others.
Students excel when curriculum and attitude support character development, Christian values and relevant life skills.
A learning environment rich in hands-on activities and time to discover supports and respects the developmental needs and abilities of all learners. Educational theorists and brain research support this belief.
All students need a balanced, age appropriate education where all areas of growth are supported – spiritual, social, physical, creative and academic.
All students learn through activities that allow for the construction of knowledge. Strong basic cognitive skills and the opportunities to explore, experiment and create provide a clear pathway for academic success and a love of learning.
All students respond to a curriculum that is challenging and addresses their individual learning styles and abilities.
Families have the most influence on a child’s development and school success, therefore, communication and collaboration between school staff and the home is essential.
Proverbs 22:6“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”
Atonement’s faith-based, experiential approach inspires boys and girls of all religious backgrounds to become live out their God-given faith and become independent and thriving people. We help to bring out the confidence and compassion of every student.