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LOGAN Hope Curriculum

 

LOGAN Hope School aligns its curriculum with State of Pennsylvania Education standards in Math, Language Arts, Social Studies and Science. Students and faculty augment subjects utilizing Sadlier’s  Math In Progress, Loyola Press Voyages In English, and TCI (social studies) and Purposeful Design (science). Measure skills are performed three times a year through the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA). A chart is attached to show the individual subjects.

Elementary School Level (Kindergarten – 4th grades)

 

Students 5 to 12 years of age begin their formal academic and skill development. They will engage in mathematics, language arts, writing, conceptual thinking and reasoning skills, social development, geography, history, physical development, science and a strong sense of self.

Infusiononics is used to introduce students to economics. Economics is fundamentally about good decision-making: assessing the range of choices, prioritizing them, and understanding all the costs and the consequences of each potential choice. Instilling into students the habits of careful consideration and evaluation of costs and benefits is not a quick or easy task. To make any progress in internalizing the process, it must be continually reinforced – year after year, teacher after teacher, class after class, interaction after interaction.  Teaching a separate, one-time economics class does little to change the existing equation.  We believe, however, that by infusing or integrating an economic mindset into every part of school life – academics, discipline, social interactions, etc. – students will learn to analyze their external circumstances and internal choices and begin to make informed, intentional, and better choices.

Character developed focusing on our five core values: Humility, Thankfulness, Grit, Neighborly Love, and Integrity. All five are Biblically based and are interwoven throughout the curriculum.

We also Students from LOGAN Hope School will exhibit the qualities that are honoring and glorify God. We are committed to providing:

  • Academic Excellence
  • Biblical Perspective
  • Discipleship
  • Cultural Awareness
  • Economic Infusion

 

Middle School Level (5th – 8th grades)

 

Middle school is the first step in adolescent development that commences adult behavior. Therefore, it is important to nurture responsible and thoughtful citizens who are prepared for life in an increasingly interdependent global society. Students will be challenged to explore, create, and make decisions that lead to their participation in becoming accountable for their own behavior and learning. Therefore, students will build upon previous academic and learning experiences to explore new areas of interest that will give them direction for future choices emotionally, academically, socially and physically. They are preparing to make the transition from the elementary school level to high school. Students, through a flexible and supportive environment will engage in a challenging and vigorous core curriculum encompassing math, science, social studies, English, writing and Bible study.  Included in the curriculum is experiences in the areas of art, music, physical education, sports, health, civics, and other activities to enrich their lives and discover their passions as well as enhance their sensitivity to the issues important to the welfare of their communities and development of leadership skills. Instruction about Christianity helps them learn about and respect their spirituality.

Character developed focusing on our five core values: Humility, Thankfulness, Grit, Neighborly Love, and Integrity. All five are Biblically based and are interwoven throughout the curriculum.

We also Students from LOGAN Hope School will exhibit the qualities that are honoring and glorify God. We are committed to providing:

  • Academic Excellence
  • Biblical Perspective
  • Discipleship
  • Cultural Awareness
  • Economic Infusion