Seeds are planted. Ideas sprout. Learning blossoms.
Creative thinkers. Strong communicators. Self-directed individuals. Ethical citizens. World contributors. These are the kinds of people that Mustard Seed School students grow to become. Successful not only in competitive high schools, but in all of life. We cultivate this growth through a hands-on environment, an experiential approach to education and a unique integration of strong academics, arts, faith and service. Here’s what it looks like:
- The Sixth Grade writes memoirs in a literature class and creates self-portraits in art class.
- The Third Grade studies Alaska in social studies, learns about the state’s weather patterns in science and follows the Iditarod Trail Dog Sled Race as a statistics project in math.
- The Second Grade examines trees and Native Americans in the fall, culminates their studies in the school’s Thanksgiving Celebration where they lead in worship and heads up a food collection service project for a local homeless shelter.
We could go on and on with examples. But the best way to learn about Mustard Seed is to visit us. We have visitor mornings and Open House events throughout November and December. And we encourage you to visit even if you’re not sure you can afford private schooling. Mustard Seed serves students of all backgrounds and provides financial aid for over 50% of the student population. You can also catch a glimpse of our school right now by watching our webisodes, a series developed by filmmaker Brian Fuller that highlights several aspects of our educational model. If you’re new to Mustard Seed School, we encourage you to start with this one:
Thank you so much for your interest in Mustard Seed School. We hope you’ll consider joining our community, and plant a few seeds of your own.