Lower School

The first phase of classical education, the grammar stage, builds a strong foundation upon which Veritas students begin their academic journey.  During the elementary years, students learn the grammar of each subject, the basic facts of language skills, reading, writing, science, art and history.  At Veritas, the curriculum is designed for students to build a database of knowledge in each subject.  Lower School is not about complete mastery but about developing a familiarity and interest in each subject. Equally as important as cognitive development, is Veritas’ focus on productive social growth.  A child’s intellectual growth is supported by a balanced emphasis on spiritual, social, emotional and physical maturation. 

Kindergarten

Art  

Bible 

Stories 

French 

Learning 

Centers 

Math 

Music 

Phonics 

Reading 

Science 

Computer Lab 


Local Field Trips


Accelerated Reading


Accelerated Math

First Grade

Art


Bible


French


Grammar


History


Math


Music


Phonics


Penmanship


Reading


Science

Accelerated Reading


Accelerated Math


Computer Lab 


Creative Writing Competition


Local Field Trips


Speech Meet



Second Grade

Art 

Bible 

Latin 

History 

Math 

Music  

Penmanship 

Reading 

Science 

Spelling 

Accelerated Reading


Accelerated Math

Computer Lab


Creative Writing Competition


Speech Meet

WITS Program (Writers in the Schools)


Third Grade

Art 

Bible 

Grammar 

Penmanship 

History 

Latin 

Math 

Music 

Reading 

Science 

Spelling 

Accelerated Reading


Accelerated Math


Computer Lab 


Creative Writing Competition 


iPad Learning Lab


Local Field Trips


Math Olympics


Speech Meet


WITS Program (Writers in the Schools)

Fourth Grade

Art


Bible


Latin


Math


Music


Geography


Grammar


History


Spelling


Reading


Science

Accelerated Reading


Accelerated Math


Computer Lab 


Creative Writing Competition 


iPad Learning Lab


Laptop Mobile Learning Lab


Local Field Trips


Math Olympics


Speech Meet


WITS Program (Writers in the Schools)