What is AAp?

The Academic Assistance Program is a ministry of Grace Baptist Church whose primary function is to serve alongside its families who have chosen to education their children outside public or private school systems. The ministry is open by extension to homeschooling families in our community.

Who is AAP for?

We believe children are a gift from God and that parents are ultimately responsible before Him for the training and education of their children. This program is designed for those families who, in light of this responsibility, have chosen to educate their children at home.

Mission Statement 

We will strive to provide a safe and enriching environment for students to study and learn together in order to draw strength, encouragement and knowledge from peers and teachers. Our mission is to provide class learning options to parents and assist them in educating their children. Our desire to glorify God in all we do so His love and wisdom will be manifest within and among our students during their academic pursuits.

Objective

  • To equip parents with the necessary resources, training, and support to provide an excellent education for their children.
  • To offer a creative group environment that will encourage a life-long love of learning, and will allow students to flourish in whatever vocation they choose.
  • To equip students to apply Biblical principles and reasoning to all spheres of their education and life.
  • To nurture Christian character in each student and encourage the development of a lifelong love of God, family, and community.
  • To equip our students to become all that God has uniquely designed them to be for His purposes and for His glory.  (Ephesians 2:10)

Program Structure

AAP meets on campus two days a week to enhance each family's homeschooling experience with hands on activities.

Monday  |  9:30am-12:45pm  |  Science, History, and P.E.

Wednesday  |  9:30am-12:45pm  |  Science, History, Bible, and Art

We are currently offering classes for Preschool, Kindergarten, Primary Elementary (grades 1-2), Intermediate Elementary (grades 3-4), Advanced Elementary (grades 5-6), Middle School, and High School.

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