Ebenezer Christian School utilizes The School of Tomorrow Curriculum. The curriculum is built around the basic principles of the Word of God. Students are taught to see life from God’s point of view, to take responsibility for their own learning, and to walk in Godly wisdom and character.
The unique program consists of mastery-based curriculum and materials that are self-instructional, character building, and individually prescribed.
The average student working on the six core subjects of The School of Tomorrow’s curriculum completes about 72 PACEs each year. Each core subject consists of 12 PACEs per level. Typical students work daily on one PACE in each subject and may be performing at varying levels. The diagnostic test results help to identify academic weaknesses and prescribe a path to help students catch up. Typical students work daily on one PACE in each subject and may be performing at varying levels. The diagnostic test results help to identify academic weaknesses and prescribe a path to help students catch up.
Most students complete at least 72 PACEs per year while maintaining academic balance by completing about the same number of PACEs in each assigned subject. As a result, the average student memorizes at least 72 Bible verses, plus 9 major portions of Scripture each year. Some students may complete more or less. No student should be held back or left behind.
- Math (Levels K–12)
- English (Levels K–12)
- Literature and Creative Writing (Levels 2–8)
- Social Studies (Levels K–12)
- Science (Levels K–12)
- Word Building (Levels K–9)
- Bible Reading (Levels 1–6)
- In addition to the core curriculum, Ebenezer Christian School offers twenty elective courses beneficial to academic growth and development. Each of these courses adds interest and enhancement to the core curriculum.
For High School, students must complete twelve PACEs to earn each credit. Each student should complete a total of 72 PACEs per school year.
A student must score an average of 80% on a test to pass. A student must rework a PACE if he or she fails to achieve that score. Each quarter, students should complete 3 PACEs from each working subject; however, students are encouraged to do as much as they can. A student is placed into a level that matches his or her capability, and not necessarily into his or her grade after taking a diagnostic test. While students are still considered part of their grade, the numbered system The School of Tomorrow uses indicates their level and allows them to work and focus on these different levels regardless of their grade.