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Preparatory: Kindergarten - 6th grade

STUDENT:TEACHER RATIO

 
Kindergarten
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First Grade
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Second Grade
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Third Grade
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Fourth Grade
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Fifth Grade
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Sixth Grade
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PREPARATORY CURRICULUM

The approach to teaching at SOECA is rooted in Christian principles, fused with research-based educational standards and practices. The application of Christian principles is supported academically by the nationally recognized Abeka® curriculum. Abeka, a practical and comprehensive Christian curriculum, has been developed and refined for over 50 years and provides structure when needed but also allows teachers the freedom to bring their own expression of creativity to the classroom. The Abeka curriculum empowers teachers to focus on providing additional enrichment for students who learn quickly and support for those who face academic challenges. Abeka identifies goals in six major areas of development including Bible, Mathematics, Science/Health, Language Arts, History/Social Studies, and Reading.

Now, more than ever, each student needs a strong foundation in both academics and character. Abeka provides a comprehensive, quality curriculum and materials written from a Christian perspective, giving students a strong foundation for a lifetime of learning. In addition to the Abeka curriculum, students learn through Technology, Fine Arts, Physical Education, and Foreign Language. Bible activities and the Virtue Word of the Week are also reinforced daily during classroom activities.   

standardized testing - Standford 10

Kindergarten through sixth-grade students take the Stanford Achievement Test ™ each spring. The Stanford Achievement Test Series has maintained its excellence in achievement testing tradition for nearly 100 years. The Stanford Achievement Test, Tenth Edition® provides a valid and reliable measure of academic achievement, enabling educators to make important instructional decisions for each student. The clear yet thorough reporting also communicates to Parents the academic strengths of their child in addition to the skills in need of more support. The 2018 norms retain the trusted integrity of the Stanford 10 while measuring student performance against a contemporary representative national sample. 

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