The curriculum consists of instruction in Bible study, reading, mathematics, language arts, the sciences, social studies, art, music, and physical education. This curriculum is supplemented by a variety of activities and learning experiences that promote Christian values through worship, service, and leadership experiences. Examples of supplemental programs include:

1. Choir

2. Weeks of Prayer

3. Student involvement in Sabbath School and Church services

4. Weekly chapel programs

5. Recreational activities

6. Field trips

7. Music Festival and Acrofest (grades 5 or 6-8)

8. Art programs

9. Social Studies, Science, Art, and Literacy Events

10. Outdoor school (grades 5-6)

11. Foreign Language

12. Conservation Officer Assembly 5 times per year