An integral part of comprehensive, Biblically-integrated educational program is variety of student activities that take place both in and out of classroom. Field trips, class retreats, elective classes, and service projects provide excellent opportunities for social, emotional, and physical as well as intellectual interactions; often some of most rewarding and memorable for students. For enrollment and admissions please contact Michelle Hoeft via email or call/text (608) 836-7170 for further information.
Field trips provide fun, interactive, enhanced learning experiences for our students outside the walls of our school. All levels from Preschool through 8th grade have opportunities to participate in these types of activities. Destinations include places such as apple orchards, local museums, concerts, farms, parks, planetariums, and historical re-enactments.
The 5th grade and 8th grade classes each go on overnight retreats, along with their counterparts from our east campus. These trips are held at Christian camps in Wisconsin. Students experience outdoor and devotional activities designed to promote physical, social, and spiritual development. These are bonding and life-changing experiences that provide life long memories for students & chaperones alike.
Elective classes expand the curriculum opportunities for middle school students and include classes such as Photography, Advanced Art, Stage, Great Composers, Band, Missions: Possible, Worship Team, Incredible Machines, Design Zone, Get Smart (tutoring), Woodworking, and Student Council. Middle schoolers also have the opportunity to participate in end-of-the-quarter activities such as skiing, bowling, roller skating, and going to a waterpark that also has roller coasters and go karts.
Serving our community (and beyond) through special projects is also an important part of our student activities. School-wide projects include Koats for Kids, Operation Christmas Child, St Jude Children’s Research Hospital Math-a-thon, and making blankets for Project Linus. Individual classes also sponsor service projects on a smaller scale. Consumer Ed classes collect toiletry supplies and make hats & mittens for people at local shelters. Missions: Possible supports missionaries and raises funds for students participating in missions trips. Elementary classes go caroling at local retirement community centers.