The scope of curriculum
at StoneBridge School includes language mastery through the study of literature
classics, French, Latin, grammar, composition, and research skills. Reasoning
skills are developed by studying Bible principles, mathematics, and the
sciences. Through the study of history, geography, music and art, students are
exposed to a Biblical worldview at the elementary level of education. The
mastery of basic skills and habits of scholarship are established in the
foundational years, as students are equipped with confidence for success to
meet the challenges of a rigorous and demanding high school course of study.
The high school curriculum, developed by masters of subjects, prepares students with the rich vocabulary, reasoning and research skills, and mathematical concepts to compete with high PSAT and SAT scores with students from around the nation, enabling their admission to prestigious, conservative colleges and universities with scholarship awards. Armed with a conservative, Biblical world and life view, they place high among their Christian peers, as leaders in their own generation.
Foreign and classical languages include four years of French and Spanish. Formal and informal Logic is taught in a demanding Bible curriculum, establishing cogent thinking and Biblical reasoning skills within the student. The fine arts enrich literature and history courses, while government and economics are taught by master teachers. Mathematics courses include Pre-Calculus, Calculus, and Advanced Placement (AP) Calculus. Science courses include Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
The purpose of our curriculum centers on first inspiring a love of learning and building up skills by expanding students' strong qualities, broadening and sharpening scholarship, correcting weak areas, and encouraging the student towards a fuller and more excellent expression of his value in Christ. Subject areas are taught in the light of how they were used to advance the Gospel. In addition, the principles of Christian liberty, self-government, property, and union for the individual are stressed.