BACK TO BASICS LEARNING
Traditional grade school learning at Redeemer Christian Academy involves a lot of structure, consistency, and repetition. Students attend school five days a week, typically for eight hours a day, and follow a syllabus with clearly outlined objectives.
For each lesson, students are expected to complete a set of tasks, often involving memorization, writing, and problem-solving. Classroom instruction usually consists of lectures, discussions, and small group activities. Most grade schools also provide extracurricular activities such as sports, clubs, and student organizations that allow students to further explore their
interests and hone their skills.
Redeemer Christian Academy also emphasizes the importance of socialization and community. Students learn to interact with one another in a variety of settings, and build relationships with teachers and classmates. Classroom activities and discussions allow students to practice their communication skills, and help them develop a sense of respect for one another. Through these experiences, students learn to collaborate, problem-solve, and come up with new ideas. Traditional grade school learning is an important part of preparing students for their future.