Students are our first priority
Integrated approach to learning shapes the whole child
We love the outside-of-the-box, hands on, multiple intelligence approach that our kids experience at The Village School. It makes learning fun.
Christian values are nurtured
We attend The Village School for an excellent academic education in a loving christian environment.
Leaders are created through cooperative learning experiences
Safe and caring place for my child to develop into a character-driven intelligent young adult who can solve problems creatively and think independently.
Students discover their passions through academics, athletics and performing arts
We attend The Village School because our children are encouraged to become the people they were meant to be.
Curriculum is developed to encourage students’ curiosity
Positive growth for children as an individuals in mind, spirit and body. Students thrive in the atmosphere and the VS curriculum that is present daily.
The Village School…
Our Christ Skills
Sense of Humor
"Sense of Humor shows that you are funny and happy. I think sense of humor is important to me because it attracts people with happiness and helps people be social and make friends." - Brandon 5th GradeRating:
"Resourcefulness means you can take a problem and make it better. You find a way to make the best out of the worst situations." - Sadie 4th GradeRating:
"You have to be able to problem solve to be happy. If you got in a fight with a friend and couldn't problem solve, you would never forgive your friend and you would never have any friends at all." - Giselle 4th GradeRating:
"Pride is the satisfaction you feel when you accomplish something. This is important because it will help you build your self confidence." - Katie & Lexy 8th GradeRating:
"Perseverance is when you don't give up. When something doesn't go right you must persevere to get through it, even though it may be hard." - Robert 7th GradeRating:
"Giving our personal best is one of the great things we do at this school! We practice this by listening and keeping a smile on our face." -Rating:
No Put Downs
"No Put Downs means making people feel good about themselves. It's better giving a compliment than saying something nasty. Make a smile on thier face because of you." - Savannah 7th GradeRating:
"You need patience when you want something. You can't go through life being impatient because you will never get anything done." - Jarret 8th GradeRating:
"Organization is a Christ Skill you must possess in order to have many other Christ Skills. It helps you be responsible and it will help you succeed in life. Without it life would be a mess!" - Sofia Bella 4th GradeRating:
"Flexibility is when you are ok with what happens, even if you don't like it. Everyone needs flexibility or else we would all be arguing about who gets to choose what we do." - Sofia 5th GradeRating:
Why Village School?
Students are 1st priority
TVS and Parents working together
Caring, Dedicated and Experienced
Loving, Nurturing Christian environment
Positive growth in Mind, Body & Spirit
Hands-on & Multiple Intelligences Approach
Created from cooperative learning experiences
Through academics, athletics & the arts