Third - Sixth Grade
Elementary students attend classes at the main campus where experienced classroom teachers provide purposeful teaching that promotes academic excellence, critical thinking, and a biblical worldview. Students are exposed to and encouraged to memorize a monthly scripture associated with a character trait. Scriptures are intentionally chosen to help students understand how they can become more Christ-like.
On average, students will spend approximately an hour in the satellite classroom, for every hour on campus in the central classroom. Parents must be willing to commit to this level of involvement.
To help with this commitment, Logos Prep offers K.E.Y. (Keep Educating Yourself) grade level parent meetings that are designed to equip co-teachers and give them the tools needed to best educate their students when in their satellite classroom.
Clubs and Leadership
Within the elementary program, there are a wide range of elective classes and student activities available to help grow leadership skills, build discipleship, and foster community. Students are encouraged to participate in afterschool clubs and competitions to help them learn resilience, risk-taking, and responsibility. Some examples include the Robotics Club, Chess Club, Archery Club, and the Scripps Spelling Bee.
Sixth graders are allowed to join a beginning leadership organization called LIGHT (Leaders Inspiring Godly Habits Together), where they learn about servant leadership and participate in service projects throughout the year both at Logos Prep and in the local community. Each LIGHT meeting is started with a devotion where the students' faith is encouraged.
For Future Lions
Parent Information Meetings
Parent Information Meetings are held for prospective families interested in finding out more about Logos Prep.
Thursday, January 28, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.
To register, click here.
Along with the Biblical integration and character words that are taught in each classroom, elementary students also study six Elementary Essentials that go along with the spiritual theme for that year. Examples include the Armor of God and a study of the School’s core values. New Elementary Essentials are introduced at Roar!, a monthly worship service that takes place before the school day begins. The students also memorize a verse to help them understand the Essential better and apply what they are learning at school to a deeper level at home with materials provided to the co-teachers.