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Have you been searching for a place where your child can be and feel successful and accepted? Elim might be the oasis you are looking for.

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Who We Serve

At Elim we celebrate learning differences, embrace academic challenges and address the needs of the whole child.

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What We Do

What makes Elim different? Personalized Education Plans developed in collaboration with parents, small class size, varied learning environments, and more…

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Success Stories

My son has asked twice about summer school. He wants to make sure he is keeping up, so he can finish on time. Not sure where this kid came from, but I like it. Less than two years ago I had to drag him to school. Now he gets mad if he misses.

Lance Neidigk – Elim Parent

One reason Elim is recommended … is that the teachers are very helpful. If you are stuck on a problem in math, or you have trouble pronouncing a word in language arts, the teachers can help you out some. As you progress further and further, they’ll still help you out, just not as much.

Elim Student

The school feels more like a family with dedicated, skilled and caring teachers accepting, guiding and pushing students to grow spiritually, academically, and socially.

Lisa Boedecker – Elim Parent

I’ve learned so much at Elim about loving others, loving God’s creation, loving myself and loving my neighbor. I’m grateful that my last two years of high school have been at Elim Christian School.

Elim Student

Elim has been a wonderful place for our son to not only learn but to feel loved, encouraged and inspired by his compassionate teachers. You feel God’s touch on everything they do here.

Angelique Brinkman – Elim Parent

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On Tuesday we took an educational field trip to the Houston Zoo. It was a lovely day, perfect weather! Not only is walking around the zoo great physical exercise, the mental exercise is incalculable. We were not just sightseeing, we were exploring the various animals on the different continents, paying close attention to habitats, and how humans have interacted and impacted the lives of these species. Not only were the students exposed to the beautiful variety seen in God’s creation, they were able to see what we can do to help the creatures over whom God has given us stewardship. A very generous donation made this trip possible, thank you to all who support Elim Christian School!

If you have a student with learning differences and are looking for a place that will meet those needs from a Biblical worldview, please contact Elim Christian School at (281) 855-3546 or contact us through Facebook Messenger or on Instagram.
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On Tuesday we took an educational field trip to the Houston Zoo. It was a lovely day, perfect weather! Not only is walking around the zoo great physical exercise, the mental exercise is incalculable. We were not just sightseeing, we were exploring the various animals on the different continents, paying close attention to habitats, and how humans have interacted and impacted the lives of these species. Not only were the students exposed to the beautiful variety seen in God’s creation, they were able to see what we can do to help the creatures over whom God has given us stewardship. A very generous donation made this trip possible, thank you to all who support Elim Christian School!

If you have a student with learning differences and are looking for a place that will meet those needs from a Biblical worldview, please contact Elim Christian School at (281) 855-3546 or contact us through Facebook Messenger or on Instagram.

Elim Christian School embodies differentiated instruction as we acknowledge that there is no such thing as a “one size fits all” education model. Each student learns differently from the next and we have risen to the challenge of meeting the unique needs of every student regardless of learning differences.

Over the next couple weeks, I will be highlighting five instructional strategies that are used at Elim. Believe me when I say that we are not limited to these five strategies, but these strategies are used, when appropriate, in order to meet our student’s needs. These five strategies are:

1. Direct Instruction
2. Indirect Instruction
3. Experiential Learning
4. Independent Study
5. Interactive Instruction

In the future, other strategies will be highlighted to give our social media followers a small glimpse into what makes Elim a great place to learn from a Biblical worldview.

If you have a student with learning differences and are looking for a place that will meet those needs from a Biblical worldview, please contact Elim Christian School at (281) 855-3546 or contact us through Facebook Messenger or on Instagram.
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Elim Christian School embodies differentiated instruction as we acknowledge that there is no such thing as a “one size fits all” education model. Each student learns differently from the next and we have risen to the challenge of meeting the unique needs of every student regardless of learning differences. 

Over the next couple weeks, I will be highlighting five instructional strategies that are used at Elim. Believe me when I say that we are not limited to these five strategies, but these strategies are used, when appropriate, in order to meet our student’s needs. These five strategies are:

1. Direct Instruction
2. Indirect Instruction
3. Experiential Learning
4. Independent Study
5. Interactive Instruction

In the future, other strategies will be highlighted to give our social media followers a small glimpse into what makes Elim a great place to learn from a Biblical worldview. 

If you have a student with learning differences and are looking for a place that will meet those needs from a Biblical worldview, please contact Elim Christian School at (281) 855-3546 or contact us through Facebook Messenger or on Instagram.

According to Boston University, active learning can be both hands-on and collaborative. Ms. Shea’s Problem Based Learning class got their hands dirty, or rather, covered in paint and other craft materials, when they embarked on an assignment where they created a solar system. From home, they worked with parents and/or siblings to create a model of our solar system. Each student finished in the allotted time for the assignment and presented what they learned. Using teamwork and ingenuity, the project was a success.

Boston University also shared, “Several studies have shown that students in active learning classrooms have a lower rate of failure, and perform better on assessments than students in a traditional lecture.” Direct instruction/lecture has an important place in education, but students learn best when they are doing. At Elim, we are always doing, always going, always creating!

If you have a student with learning differences and are looking for a place that will meet those needs from a Biblical worldview, please contact Elim Christian School at (281) 855-3546 or contact us through Facebook Messenger or on Instagram.

Link to Boston University article on Active Learning:
www.bu.edu/ctl/guides/active-learning/
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According to Boston University, active learning can be both hands-on and collaborative. Ms. Shea’s Problem Based Learning class got their hands dirty, or rather, covered in paint and other craft materials, when they embarked on an assignment where they created a solar system. From home, they worked with parents and/or siblings to create a model of our solar system. Each student finished in the allotted time for the assignment and presented what they learned. Using teamwork and ingenuity, the project was a success. 

Boston University also shared, “Several studies have shown that students in active learning classrooms have a lower rate of failure, and perform better on assessments than students in a traditional lecture.” Direct instruction/lecture has an important place in education, but students learn best when they are doing. At Elim, we are always doing, always going, always creating! 

If you have a student with learning differences and are looking for a place that will meet those needs from a Biblical worldview, please contact Elim Christian School at (281) 855-3546 or contact us through Facebook Messenger or on Instagram.

Link to Boston University article on Active Learning:
https://www.bu.edu/ctl/guides/active-learning/

Joseph is the 9th Hero of the Faith mentioned in Hebrews 11 and it is said that he demonstrated his faith when he gave instructions about his bones. How is that a demonstration of faith? He believed that one day Israel would leave Egypt and return to Canaan, his instructions to take his bones back to his true home foreshadowed the Exodus, when all of Israel would leave Egypt and go to their true home.

Was that all Joseph did to demonstrate his faith? Of course not! As I shared with the students this morning, he was already the favorite son of his father Jacob, so it probably was not a good idea for him to tattle on his brothers (Genesis 37) and then tell them about his dreams where they all bowed to him. His brothers were already quite wicked and hated him for these reasons, but they took it a step further and plotted to kill him. The oldest brother Reuben, planned to rescue Joseph later, but before he could, Judah convinced them to sell Joseph and tell his dad he had been killed.

A series of events led to Joseph becoming the Vizier of Egypt, the administrative head of the Empire, and he eventually not only saved Egypt from famine, but his family in the process. What his brothers meant for evil, God meant for good (Genesis 50:20). God’s will may not make sense to us now, especially when going through difficulties, but have faith that God is sovereign and His plan is perfect.

If you have a student with learning differences and are looking for a place that will meet those needs from a Biblical worldview, please contact Elim Christian School at (281) 855-3546 or contact us through Facebook Messenger or on Instagram.
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6 days ago
Joseph is the 9th Hero of the Faith mentioned in Hebrews 11 and it is said that he demonstrated his faith when he gave instructions about his bones. How is that a demonstration of faith? He believed that one day Israel would leave Egypt and return to Canaan, his instructions to take his bones back to his true home foreshadowed the Exodus, when all of Israel would leave Egypt and go to their true home. 

Was that all Joseph did to demonstrate his faith? Of course not! As I shared with the students this morning, he was already the favorite son of his father Jacob, so it probably was not a good idea for him to tattle on his brothers (Genesis 37) and then tell them about his dreams where they all bowed to him. His brothers were already quite wicked and hated him for these reasons, but they took it a step further and plotted to kill him. The oldest brother Reuben, planned to rescue Joseph later, but before he could, Judah convinced them to sell Joseph and tell his dad he had been killed. 

A series of events led to Joseph becoming the Vizier of Egypt, the administrative head of the Empire, and he eventually not only saved Egypt from famine, but his family in the process. What his brothers meant for evil, God meant for good (Genesis 50:20). God’s will may not make sense to us now, especially when going through difficulties, but have faith that God is sovereign and His plan is perfect.

If you have a student with learning differences and are looking for a place that will meet those needs from a Biblical worldview, please contact Elim Christian School at (281) 855-3546 or contact us through Facebook Messenger or on Instagram.

Two Words: Practical and Applicable

Instruction at Elim Christian School is more than just a theory or idea, it is practical, meaning the students can take what they are learning and apply the concepts to real life situations. The instruction is also applicable, meaning it is relevant and appropriate. Each student has personal education goals, an individualized tailor-fit plan specific to the needs of the students, and through these carefully developed plans we are able to address each student’s learning difference. From the creation of the school newspaper at the upper level, to activities intended to develop fine motor skills in the lower levels, the faculty at ECS are dedicated to meeting the unique needs of every student with instructional strategies that are practical and applicable.

If you have a student with learning differences and are looking for a place that will meet those needs from a Biblical worldview, please contact Elim Christian School at (281) 855-3546 or contact us through Facebook Messenger or on Instagram.
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2 weeks ago
Two Words: Practical and Applicable

Instruction at Elim Christian School is more than just a theory or idea, it is practical, meaning the students can take what they are learning and apply the concepts to real life situations. The instruction is also applicable, meaning it is relevant and appropriate. Each student has personal education goals, an individualized tailor-fit plan specific to the needs of the students, and through these carefully developed plans we are able to address each student’s learning difference. From the creation of the school newspaper at the upper level, to activities intended to develop fine motor skills in the lower levels, the faculty at ECS are dedicated to meeting the unique needs of every student with instructional strategies that are practical and applicable. 

If you have a student with learning differences and are looking for a place that will meet those needs from a Biblical worldview, please contact Elim Christian School at (281) 855-3546 or contact us through Facebook Messenger or on Instagram.

A Messy Life

This week at Elim we are focusing on the 8th Hero of the Faith from Hebrews 11, Jacob.

What makes the Bible unique as a religious text is the depravity we are shown in the lives of those we are taught to look up to as examples. These people are hopelessly flawed and constantly fall short of God’s standard… sound familiar? Of course any amateur theologian can see that this purposeful highlighting of man’s sin points us to the fact that no one is righteous other than God, and eventually God provided us with the perfect example in what is referred to as the Humiliation and Exaltation of Christ, taken from the teachings of the Apostle Paul.

“Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but emptied himself, by taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. And being found in human form, he humbled himself by becoming obedient to the point of death, even death on a cross. Therefore God has highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name that is above every name, so that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father” (Philippians 2:5-11).

Jacob was seriously flawed, but God’s grace is bigger than our deepest flaw. This week we will focus on Jacob’s blessings to his children, that foreshadowed things to come, including the promise of the Messiah.

If you have a student with learning differences and are looking for a place that will meet those needs from a Biblical worldview, please contact Elim Christian School at (281) 855-3546 or contact us through Facebook Messenger or on Instagram.
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2 weeks ago
A Messy Life

This week at Elim we are focusing on the 8th Hero of the Faith from Hebrews 11, Jacob. 

What makes the Bible unique as a religious text is the depravity we are shown in the lives of those we are taught to look up to as examples. These people are hopelessly flawed and constantly fall short of God’s standard… sound familiar? Of course any amateur theologian can see that this purposeful highlighting of man’s sin points us to the fact that no one is righteous other than God, and eventually God provided us with the perfect example in what is referred to as the Humiliation and Exaltation of Christ, taken from the teachings of the Apostle Paul.

“Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but emptied himself, by taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. And being found in human form, he humbled himself by becoming obedient to the point of death, even death on a cross. Therefore God has highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name that is above every name, so that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father” (Philippians 2:5-11). 

Jacob was seriously flawed, but God’s grace is bigger than our deepest flaw. This week we will focus on Jacob’s blessings to his children, that foreshadowed things to come, including the promise of the Messiah. 

If you have a student with learning differences and are looking for a place that will meet those needs from a Biblical worldview, please contact Elim Christian School at (281) 855-3546 or contact us through Facebook Messenger or on Instagram.
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