Three Sisters Adventist Christian School has high academic standards, and our low student/teacher ratios ensure your child gets the individualized education they need to succeed.
All of our classrooms incorporate technology in the curriculum, including the use of our innovation lab where students work with 3D printing, green screen filming, coding, robotics, and other STEM activities.
We are committed to transparent communication, and dedicated to working with you to make sure your child is on the track to success.
Our students dive into learning through project-based learning (PBL) units, where they explore real world problems and make cross-curricular connections. Students demonstrate learning through the creation of high quality products and presentations. They work collaboratively under the guidance of their teachers.
We value Social & Emotional Learning (SEL) and teach explicit strategies to help our students grow in executive functioning skills.
Our Bible curriculum places emphasis on developing relationships. It encourages students to have a personal relationship with Jesus, as well as, to look at the world through an empathetic lens. We also have whole school chapel programs every Friday.
We pride ourselves in our ability to provide exceptional extra curricular activities and classes.
Because we believe in serving others, we take every opportunity we have to go into our community to participate in volunteer work and service projects. We also support global mission projects.
We take part in a number of field trips, as well as special outdoor programs, such as the Mt. Bachelor Ski and Snowboard program every winter.
We often invite guest experts to come and share a particular topic within their area of expertise. For example, we had a computer programmer come to our school and teach the basics of coding. This encourages real life connection and authenticity within our PBL units.
Our Teaching Style
We believe learning should take place in an atmosphere that fosters creativity, imagination, and innovation. The fact that learning can be fun is a reality in our classrooms, and we try our best to keep the material moving and real – delivering lessons in creative ways so that every learning style has the chance to absorb information effectively.
These creative activities come in all different forms, such as through music, art, collaboration, and engaging theme days such as our Reading Day – where students spend the entire day immersed in their favorite literature through different activities.
Each of our teachers brings their own teaching style, centered around strong Christian values, a love for teaching, and a deep understanding of learning styles.
The passion and knowledge our teachers share, ensures that each student will grow in the classroom as they are individually catered to with attention, patience and love.