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Academics at Veritas

School of Logic students raising hands in class

The aim of classical education at Veritas Academy goes beyond preparing students for college or the workforce, but is focused on producing men and women of wisdom and virtue. As image bearers of God, students are trained to know and love the true, the good, and the beautiful, culminating in a virtuous life. Students educated in this tradition reason, think logically, examine arguments, and communicate effectively both in written and spoken word. 


The Trivium: Three Stages of Classical Learning

As students progress through the three stages of learning and school levels at Veritas Academy—Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric—they receive a comprehensive education that fully integrates a Biblical worldview and focuses on ordering their loves to become life-long learners, Christ followers, and responsible citizens.

Grammar School girl and Letter B

Grammar (Knowledge)

Each day is an exciting adventure while learning the basic, factual content and rules of subjects.

Science class testing structures against wind

Logic (Understanding)

Natural curiosity leads to knowledge as students dive deeper into subjects and explore the how and the why of content.

School of Rhetoric class discussion

Rhetoric (Wisdom)

Minds full of knowledge and the ability to organize that knowledge into meaningful arguments, prepares students to focus on winsome and effective expression.

School Levels at Veritas

PreSchool & PreK

Our PreSchool & PreK programs are housed within the Grammar School and offer structured and play-based activities where children will be exposed to math, science, and language/literacy concepts. Music, singing, and movement activities are also of great importance as they add a joyful dimension to daily activities and serve as a great mnemonic device.

PreSchool & PreK

Grammar School 

The Grammar School includes Kindergarten through Grade 4. These years are a time of wonder and excitement as our teachers strive to develop in students a deep love of learning. The curricular emphasis during these years is on learning basic facts and figures during a time when children love to memorize—and when they are best at doing so. 

grammar school

School of Logic

The School of Logic includes Grades 5-8 and is broken into two levels—Lower Logic for Grades 5 & 6 and Upper Logic for Grades 7 & 8. Students at this age are growing rapidly in their capacity for abstract thought and attention to cause and effect, succinct patterns, and reason. The curricular emphasis during these years is on learning how to think critically and logically while becoming a self-learner able to manage their schedule and demands.

school of logic

School of Rhetoric 

The School of Rhetoric includes Grades 9-12. With minds full of knowledge and the ability to logically organize that knowledge into meaningful arguments, students are prepared to focus on expression. The curricular emphasis during these years is therefore on artful expression both in written and spoken form. Additionally, students think, discuss, and reflect upon the virtues, ethics, and wisdom to be found as they study each subject.

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Contact Us

Kimberly Bruce
Grammar School Academic Dean

Bianca Vimont
School of Logic Academic Dean

Kathryn Ball
School of Rhetoric Academic Dean

What are the class sizes?


The student-to-teacher ratio for PreSchool, PreK, and Kindergarten. 


The student-to-teacher ratio is generally targeted at 16:1 for most GS, SL, and SR classes but may exceed the target and near 18 students.

How Curriculum is Selected

The curriculum at Veritas Academy is chosen by the Academic Team consisting of administrators, directors, deans, department heads, and team leads. This team operates in a collaborative manner to guide the pedagogy for all classrooms, oversee curriculum selection and development, and equip professional instructors and parent co-teachers. Much research and prayer is put into each decision, which must also be conducive to our high standards in classical education while supporting the university-model format. Each year we continue to evaluate the curriculum and make changes as needed.

Interested in learning more?

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