Are you interested in enrolling your child/children in a Christian School which uses internationally recognized curriculum? With a Dep-Ed (Department of Education) recognized and permitted curricular offerings? It is the vision of Calvary Chapel Training Center/Bible College, a non-denominational Christian Center/School, located in Candau-ay, Dumaguete City, to establish a school of basic education for parents who desire for their children to achieve academic excellence in a curriculum that emphasizes morality and positive character anchored on Biblical principles within a conventional classroom setting. Predicated on this, we came up with a curriculum that integrates the Word of God in all disciplines and with the primordial goal of instilling into the minds and hearts of the learners basic Christian virtues and values in the light of the exhortation found in Proverbs 22:6 – “Train up the child in the way he should go when he is old, he will not depart from it.”
The following 5 Distinctive factors will be foundational to our curriculum development.
Distinctive #1: A curriculum which focuses on a conceptual approach to learning which stresses understanding and application of the knowledge and skills learned in school.
Distinctive #2: A curriculum that is multi-sensory since teaching-learning process, to be effective, involves and utilizes learners’ multiple senses.
Distinctive #3: A curriculum which emphasizes a balanced approach to learning thereby encompassing academics, arts, sports, music, and other subject areas.
Distinctive #4: A curriculum which emphasizes a teacher over the textbooks approach since it is not “textbook-driven” but rather student-centered, thus, the teacher is empowered and encouraged to use his/her expertise and creativity in the classroom for holistic development of the child.
Distinctive # 5: A curriculum that integrates biblical perspectives in the teaching- learning environment.
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Teachers with their students