Enrichments

Enrichment classes are offered to the lower and upper school students .  Enrichments are for students to express their creativity as well as learn new skills outside of the normal classroom environment .

Lower School:

  • Physical Education: This twice a week course is designed to enable students to understand their physical being and its relationship to God. As the students develop physically, they are challenged to develop a personal plan for taking responsibility for eating and exercising regularly.
  • Music: Music is an enrichment class that meets once a week. We have several performances throughout the year including an evening Christmas program and a spring musical.
  • Drama: Drama is an enrichment class that meets once a week. Students are given the opportunity to audition for plays in addition to being apart of the musical performances. For the 2018-2019 school year, students will be performing 101 Dalmatians.
  • Art: Art class meets once a week to explore and create art using a wide-variety of mediums. These include tempera paint, oil pastels, watercolors, clay, pencil, colored pencil, marker and paper mache.

* Chapel: Students participate in chapel once a week in order to worship God together as one unified body of Christ.  Fifth grade students lead the praise music as mentors to the younger children.

Upper School:

  • Physical Education: This semester-long course is designed to enable students to understand their physical being and its relationship to God. As the students develop physically, they are challenged to develop a personal plan for taking responsibility for eating and exercising regularly as well as enhance their social skills.
  • Music/Band:  Students are given the opportunity to participate in a year-long elective music class with an instrument of their choice. Students learn to appreciate a wide-variety of music as well as develop new talents.
  • Art: Art class for the upper school is a semester-long elective course where students explore and create art using a wide-variety of mediums. These include tempera paint, oil pastels, watercolors, clay, pencil, colored pencil, marker and paper mache.
  • Communications: In this elective course, students are given the opportunity to actively participate in composing a weekly MVCA newsletter, school advertisements, flyers, and program templates.
  • Virtual School:  Students may choose one of the numerous virtual school courses selected from the VirtualSC program. See 2019-2020 VIrtual School Offerings
  • Bible: All students participate in this semester-long course to learn and discuss scripture as believers in Christ.

* Chapel: Students participate in chapel once a week in order to worship God together as one unified body of Christ.