Kindergarten - 5th Grade

At Jubilee, our classrooms are grouped K-2nd and 3rd-5th.  Parents with students in K-2 may choose part-time or full-time options. 

 

While teaching from set standards, students are supported in these developmental stages through a variety of instructional methods, each chosen with individual needs in mind.  Our teachers utilize everything from digital learning platforms to hands-on, project based and collaborative learning.  Flexibility is needed when meeting individual needs and small class size is key to that goal.  

At Jubilee we teach holistically, addressing students' academic, emotional, physical, social and spiritual needs.  Our teachers incorporate activities and develop classroom culture to meet these needs in the classroom.  Our school counseling program, chapel services, Friday electives, school-wide activities and biblical integration also come alongside students and teachers to prioritize growth in all these areas school-wide.

6th-12th grade

Students in Middle and High School take four core subjects Monday through Thursday and choose electives on Fridays.  Core subjects are taught from set standards and teachers are given instructional flexibility to teach standards in a variety of ways:

  • Digital Platforms

  • Media Projects

  • Collaborative learning

  • Hands-on learning 

  • Critical Thinking

  • Debate

  • Investigative learning

  • Project-based learning  

 

Our small class sizes also make leadership, individual responsibility, mentoring, service projects and other community activities readily available to all students.  At Jubilee, we believe the lessons learned through these opportunities hold great value for every student and should not be relegated to a select few.

High School

 

The four grades leading up to high school graduation are years that prepare students for their planned pathway. Whether students decide to join the workforce, enter a certificate program, join the armed forces or choose to attend college, Jubilee is here to encourage and help guide towards future goals.  Student opportunities include:

 

  • Pathway exploration and college/career counseling

  • Individualized classes that support each student’s pathway

  • Dual Credit Options

  • Exposure to Career Options through guest lecturers, field trips, college visits and more.

  • Variety of Electives