The Abeka Difference
Abeka’s proven approach to teaching helps teachers teach and students learn.
It begins with our traditional philosophy of education. This teacher-directed framework empowers teachers to focus students’ attention on the material they need to learn—in a context and sequence that will help them learn it best.
As students begin to grasp what’s being taught, newly acquired concepts and skills are fortified time and again using a method often referred to as spiral learning.
Finally, students’ growing mastery of subject matter is strengthened because of the comprehensive design of our curriculum. Material taught in one subject is reinforced in other subjects. At every step of the way, students learn, apply, and master new concepts and skills.
Since education shouldn’t end with a diploma, Abeka gives students a strong foundation for a lifetime of learning.
Objectives & Outcomes
What will students learn with Abeka? What kind of people will they become? Leading your children or your students down the path toward academic excellence and Christian character isn’t easy, but it will always be worth it. We're here to help.
Our aim is for each student—either at home or in a Christian school classroom—to grow intellectually, morally, and spiritually.
Teaching from a practical, traditional approach will develop your students intellectually. They’ll be able to demonstrate appropriate grade-level knowledge aligned with our scope and sequence, achieve or exceed grade-level scores on nationally normed standardized testing, and pursue a college program of study.
Through traditional teaching designed to help instill good character and by meeting program expectations, students will be able to display personal integrity in their everyday lives and discern right from wrong.
Because of daily Bible instruction and use of a Christian curriculum, students will be able to apply biblical truths from God’s Word to their own lives, demonstrate knowledge of the doctrines of the Bible, and choose prayer and memorizing Scripture to grow in their faith.