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  • Biblically-integrated curriculum.

  • Bible as a core subject.

  • Foreign language introduction - Latin in 2nd-6th grade, Spanish in 9th-12th. 

  • Fine arts focus through music classes and art appreciation.

  • Strong phonics-based program to promote better reading skills and comprehension through the Abeka Curriculum. 

  • Emphasis on pre-writing skills and written communication.

  • Strong grammar focus throughout.   

  • Engaging thematic units promote an understanding of science and the natural world.  

  • Bible and history connection through the use of Veritas Press.

  • Grade-level emphasis on literature and reading.

  • Use of manipulatives for a strong math curriculum (Abeka and BJU Press).

  • Gross motor skills development implemented through physical education classes -- Upper school students participate in Performance Training, lower school students participate in the Momentum Lab. 

  • Curriculum-aligned field trips and activities.

  • Senior thesis project.

  • K4 - 12th Grade Curriculum Grid


To work and teach at L.E.A.D. Academy one must understand the concept and definition of Biblical integration.

Biblical integration, when done correctly in the classroom, helps shape the students’ Christian Worldview. Good biblical integration has not happened until the student learns how the Bible is relevant to the subject being taught. The Bible must be referenced while teaching.  Teachers do this by using biblical analogies, references, and scriptures. The teacher must show the students how the Bible guides them as they apply the academic discipline to real-life situations.


The academics at L.E.A.D. focus on giving God glory for all aspects of life. Biblical integration is learning how a topic or subject reveals the character and nature of God. The teacher should ask, “What does the Bible say about this topic or subject?”.  There should be a discussion. The teacher encourages the student to think biblically throughout the lessons being taught and to acknowledge that everything comes from God and everything is intended for His glory!


We teach that there is absolute truth -- God’s truth. It is the measure for everything we do.  All truth is God’s Truth. To find truth we study the Bible. We point all subject areas to the Bible. All subjects are taught through what God’s truth, the Bible, says.  We reject worldviews that separate us from God’s truth.


The goal of biblical integration is for students to view a subject the way God views the subject. Simply stated, our teachers use biblical integration and  teach subjects from a Christian perspective helping the student develop a Christian worldview.


Read about our curriculum and biblical integration.

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