Enrichments

Enrichment classes are regularly 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. These classes vary by semester. 

Lower School:

  • Physical Education: 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:  Students are given the opportunity to prepare for and perform a variety of dramatic performances. 
  • Art: Art class allows student 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.

Middle/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.
  • 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.
  • Culinary Arts: Students learn basic procedures and principles of food preparation, use of recipes, cooking and baking, and kitchen management.
  • Business Entrepreneurship: In this class, students participate in The Boss Club, a semester-long program in which students start and run their own business around the marketing and sale of a student-selected product or service. Students can work individually or in teams.

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