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Raising Hands

As an Accredited Christian school, LWCS cultivates the discipline of study and a love of learning in the students that will motivate them to become responsible, self-governed individuals who will seek knowledge and wisdom as they mature. The curriculum is rigorous, geared to stimulating the curiosity of the student, promoting creativity, teaching the discipline of study habits, developing critical thinking, and encouraging individual responsibility.


6 weeks - Pre-K4

The Abeka Curriculum takes advantage of your student's inquiring mind, teaching them that learning is fun. The simple, logical phonics system helps your student find success immediately so that they can quickly become an independent reader by age 4. Lesson plans include phonics, reading, handwriting, numbers, and bible lessons which increases the knowledge and learning habits needed for a strong foundation in academics and character development.



Kinder - 6th Grade

LWCS aims for high academic standards across the curriculum. Instruction incorporates hands-on learning for deeper comprehension, a focus on problem solving, and a connection with technology to prepare students as twenty-first century learners. Differentiated instruction provides the challenge and reinforcement that is essential for all students success. It is important that the needs of the whole child be considered, so that we can come alongside them when social and emotional needs arise, as they develop academically, spiritually, and physically.


Abeka offers age-appropriate content presented in manageable amounts. Abeka’s spiral approach—building from the simple to the complex, with frequent review and application within each grade and from grade to grade forms building blocks. You can count on high academics with a biblical worldview so the students aren’t left half prepared to make a difference in the world.

Reading in Tent

Bob Jones University

The Bob Jones University Press Curriculum provides educational materials written from a biblical worldview that focus on academic rigor and encourage critical thinking—all supported by appropriate educational technology. BJU Press Curriculum textbooks help students to develop skills in critical thinking with inductive teaching, hands-on-learning, and probing questions.

Modern Learning

Junior High

7th Grade - 8th Grade

LWCS junior high program provides many opportunities for students to recognize and cultivate their unique gifts and interests. The interwoven ribbon of truth throughout the curriculum stems from purpose biblical integration in all subject areas. LWCS's nurturing environment encourages the students to develop lifelong friendships and to engage in service opportunities, while they establish strong study habits and solidify the foundational skills and knowledge needed as lifelong learners.

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Students’ growing mastery of subject matter is strengthened because of the comprehensive design of our curriculum. Material taught in one subject is reinforced in other subjects. At every step of the way, students learn, apply, and master new concepts and skills. 

Junior Book Club

Bob Jones University

An academically sound curriculum utilizing materials that use hands-on-learning, creative problem solving, and other research-proven instructional strategies to motivate students to take an active role in learning and to master age-appropriate material.

Outdoor Reading


Mastery of language arts and writing skills is critical in today’s world of communication and students that write well can more fully participate and thrive. As they improve their ability to write, students improve their ability to think– to build arguments, to frame issues in compelling ways, and to weave facts into a coherent whole.

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