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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.

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I could venture a guess and claim that most teachers likely have a passion for the subjects they teach, which is purely anecdotal because the subjects I have taught over the years are personal passions. I am a Bible, History, and Literature nerd to the core. On top of that, I want to teach everyone else to be Bible, History, and Literature nerds to the core as well; it’s a perfect recipe, correct? Wrong. What’s missing? Love for those you teach.

Teachers, regardless of how much they know and how good they are at teaching, will ultimately fail if they lack love. They will never have the satisfaction of watching students grow, which is what keeps most of us trying and coming back year after year. I can satiate my desire for knowledge in the subjects of my passions by staying home and reading in my library and keeping the Amazon delivery drivers busy with new books. But if I have not love, what’s the point of being in the profession?

In the context of using our gifts in the church, and Christian education is certainly a part of the church, the Apostle Paul wrote to the Corinthians in the middle of the first century regarding this very thing. “And if I have prophetic powers, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have all faith, so as to remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing. If I give away all I have, and if I deliver up my body to be burned, but have not love, I gain nothing" (I Corinthians 13:2-3). We must love who we teach.

Remember that Elim has open enrollment all year long, so if you are looking for a school that specializes in educating students with learning differences, and teaches from a Biblical worldview, then we might be the place for you!

For more information check out our website: www.elimchristianschool.org/
You can always call the office for more information or to schedule a tour: (281) 855-3546.
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I could venture a guess and claim that most teachers likely have a passion for the subjects they teach, which is purely anecdotal because the subjects I have taught over the years are personal passions. I am a Bible, History, and Literature nerd to the core. On top of that, I want to teach everyone else to be Bible, History, and Literature nerds to the core as well; it’s a perfect recipe, correct? Wrong. What’s missing? Love for those you teach. 

Teachers, regardless of how much they know and how good they are at teaching, will ultimately fail if they lack love. They will never have the satisfaction of watching students grow, which is what keeps most of us trying and coming back year after year. I can satiate my desire for knowledge in the subjects of my passions by staying home and reading in my library and keeping the Amazon delivery drivers busy with new books. But if I have not love, what’s the point of being in the profession? 

In the context of using our gifts in the church, and Christian education is certainly a part of the church, the Apostle Paul wrote to the Corinthians in the middle of the first century regarding this very thing. “And if I have prophetic powers, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have all faith, so as to remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing. If I give away all I have, and if I deliver up my body to be burned, but have not love, I gain nothing (I Corinthians 13:2-3). We must love who we teach.

Remember that Elim has open enrollment all year long, so if you are looking for a school that specializes in educating students with learning differences, and teaches from a Biblical worldview, then we might be the place for you!

For more information check out our website: https://www.elimchristianschool.org/
You can always call the office for more information or to schedule a tour: (281) 855-3546.

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This is 100% true of each of the teachers at Elim Christian School. We are blessed to be part of your tribe!

Who is Jesus? That is a key question that needs to be understood within the church. How a person responds will say a lot about their faith or lack thereof. It’s a fundamental ontological question, who is Jesus? Who did he say he was? Who did his contemporaries say he was? Very few times Jesus gave away his secret and revealed who he was (think woman at the well in John 4) as he largely left it up to the individual to come to that conclusion as he asked Peter, “But who do you say that I am?” Simon Peter replied, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God” (Matthew 16:15-16).

Keeping to our theme of “The Sermon on the Mount” at Elim this year, at our most recent chapel we discussed Jesus flexing his authority by clarifying the meaning of scripture. Why did Jesus think he had the authority to do what he was doing? One student responded, “He is the author.” Exactly! He wrote it! Jesus never said, “I am God” but he referred to himself as being equal to the Heavenly Father, “I and the Father are one” (John 10:30), the “Son of Man” who is the only one who can stand in the presence of the Ancient of Days and has been given all authority, etc. (Daniel 7:13-14), and even “I AM” multiple times in John’s gospel. Thomas, in my opinion, said it best when he saw the risen Christ in John 20:28, “My Lord and my God!” Who is Jesus? God in the flesh (John 1:14).

According to Barna Group research conducted in 2014, 63% of those polled claimed to have made a commitment to follow Jesus, but remarkably only 43% of those polled believed he is God. This tells us that the church has work to do and at Elim we partner with families and churches to provide a biblically based, Christ-centered education for students of all academic abilities, developing their full potential and inspiring them to live for the glory of God.
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Who is Jesus? That is a key question that needs to be understood within the church. How a person responds will say a lot about their faith or lack thereof. It’s a fundamental ontological question, who is Jesus? Who did he say he was? Who did his contemporaries say he was? Very few times Jesus gave away his secret and revealed who he was (think woman at the well in John 4) as he largely left it up to the individual to come to that conclusion as he asked Peter, “But who do you say that I am?” Simon Peter replied, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God” (Matthew 16:15-16).

Keeping to our theme of “The Sermon on the Mount” at Elim this year, at our most recent chapel we discussed Jesus flexing his authority by clarifying the meaning of scripture. Why did Jesus think he had the authority to do what he was doing? One student responded, “He is the author.” Exactly! He wrote it! Jesus never said, “I am God” but he referred to himself as being equal to the Heavenly Father, “I and the Father are one” (John 10:30), the “Son of Man” who is the only one who can stand in the presence of the Ancient of Days and has been given all authority, etc. (Daniel 7:13-14), and even “I AM” multiple times in John’s gospel. Thomas, in my opinion, said it best when he saw the risen Christ in John 20:28, “My Lord and my God!” Who is Jesus? God in the flesh (John 1:14).

According to Barna Group research conducted in 2014, 63% of those polled claimed to have made a commitment to follow Jesus, but remarkably only 43% of those polled believed he is God. This tells us that the church has work to do and at Elim we partner with families and churches to provide a biblically based, Christ-centered education for students of all academic abilities, developing their full potential and inspiring them to live for the glory of God.

She (Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Bellamy, Mrs. Gibbs, and Ms. Shea… I know there’s four of them) blinded me with science!

Adding Science at Elim for all ages has been a blast so far this year from building paper airplanes to measure distance in a controlled and uncontrolled environment to building wind powered machines. The labs have been fun to watch as some classes discover what we can’t see with the naked eye by using a microscope, while other students launch water rockets, and others engineer earthquake proof buildings using pasta and marshmallows! It’s kind of crazy around here! Learning through discovery is how humans have been gathering knowledge since creation. Science is an opportunity to know God, the creator of all knowledge, in a very tangible way. When we discover, we are only turned on to what God already knows, which can increase our admiration for our Creator. We thank God for the knowledge He shares with us through discovery!

Remember that Elim has open enrollment all year long, so if you are looking for a school that specializes in educating students with learning differences, and teaches from a Biblical worldview, then we might be the place for you!

For more information check out our website: www.elimchristianschool.org/
You can always call the office for more information or to schedule a tour: (281) 855-3546.
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She (Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Bellamy, Mrs. Gibbs, and Ms. Shea… I know there’s four of them) blinded me with science! 

Adding Science at Elim for all ages has been a blast so far this year from building paper airplanes to measure distance in a controlled and uncontrolled environment to building wind powered machines. The labs have been fun to watch as some classes discover what we can’t see with the naked eye by using a microscope, while other students launch water rockets, and others engineer earthquake proof buildings using pasta and marshmallows! It’s kind of crazy around here! Learning through discovery is how humans have been gathering knowledge since creation. Science is an opportunity to know God, the creator of all knowledge, in a very tangible way. When we discover, we are only turned on to what God already knows, which can increase our admiration for our Creator. We thank God for the knowledge He shares with us through discovery! 

Remember that Elim has open enrollment all year long, so if you are looking for a school that specializes in educating students with learning differences, and teaches from a Biblical worldview, then we might be the place for you!

For more information check out our website: https://www.elimchristianschool.org/
You can always call the office for more information or to schedule a tour: (281) 855-3546.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Wonderful school! It is a blessing that my grandson was able to go to this school.

There are times that I will be working in my office and I hear the sounds of students playing outside, which is unusual at the time because recess is maybe 20 minutes away. I get up, walk down the hall to the backdoor, and see a teacher outside with the students. Usually the teacher informs me, “We just needed a little break.” Too often we try to power through to the finish when the solution to true retention is the occasional mental break. In my personal life I make this mistake by staying glued to the computer to finish a report or whatever I am working on, when I know better that a short walk down the hall and perhaps a 5 minute observation in a classroom will free up the creativity that was once bogged down.

If you’re stuck, take a break. If you feel like you are going to explode because you think you have to sit still, get up and walk around. It’s not unusual at Elim to see students standing up during class, getting 5 extra minutes of recess, and even getting a couple minutes on a mini-trampoline. We know that the students are retaining more by employing these learning, yes, learning strategies.

Remember that Elim has open enrollment all year long, so if you are looking for a school that specializes in educating students with learning differences, and teaches from a Biblical worldview, then we might be the place for you!

For more information check out our website: www.elimchristianschool.org/

You can always call the office for more information or to schedule a tour: (281) 855-3546.
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There are times that I will be working in my office and I hear the sounds of students playing outside, which is unusual at the time because recess is maybe 20 minutes away. I get up, walk down the hall to the backdoor, and see a teacher outside with the students. Usually the teacher informs me, “We just needed a little break.” Too often we try to power through to the finish when the solution to true retention is the occasional mental break. In my personal life I make this mistake by staying glued to the computer to finish a report or whatever I am working on, when I know better that a short walk down the hall and perhaps a 5 minute observation in a classroom will free up the creativity that was once bogged down.

If you’re stuck, take a break. If you feel like you are going to explode because you think you have to sit still, get up and walk around. It’s not unusual at Elim to see students standing up during class, getting 5 extra minutes of recess, and even getting a couple minutes on a mini-trampoline. We know that the students are retaining more by employing these learning, yes, learning strategies. 

Remember that Elim has open enrollment all year long, so if you are looking for a school that specializes in educating students with learning differences, and teaches from a Biblical worldview, then we might be the place for you!

For more information check out our website: https://www.elimchristianschool.org/

You can always call the office for more information or to schedule a tour: (281) 855-3546.

There have been a few changes at Elim this year and this is one of them. We have heard of a need in the homeschool community that some families need additional support in their student's education and we want to help. Here's some info about our school and how we can assist our partners in education, the homeschool families.

We are a Pre-K through 12th grade school that exists to meet the needs of students with learning differences. We have decided to open our doors to homeschool families who might be interested in taking advantage of our program in an ala carte fashion to provide additional support in core subjects such as ELA, Math, Science, and Bible. We use a University style model/block schedule and our Bible/ELA instruction is offered on Mondays and Wednesdays and our Math/Science instruction is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with each instructional period lasting 90 minutes.

Please feel free to check out our website, and if interested, call to schedule a tour of our school. You can also schedule a shadow day for your student(s). Facebook message or call anytime with questions at (281) 855-3546.

www.elimchristianschool.org/
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There have been a few changes at Elim this year and this is one of them. We have heard of a need in the homeschool community that some families need additional support in their students education and we want to help. Heres some info about our school and how we can assist our partners in education, the homeschool families.

We are a Pre-K through 12th grade school that exists to meet the needs of students with learning differences. We have decided to open our doors to homeschool families who might be interested in taking advantage of our program in an ala carte fashion to provide additional support in core subjects such as ELA, Math, Science, and Bible. We use a University style model/block schedule and our Bible/ELA instruction is offered on Mondays and Wednesdays and our Math/Science instruction is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with each instructional period lasting 90 minutes. 

Please feel free to check out our website, and if interested, call to schedule a tour of our school. You can also schedule a shadow day for your student(s). Facebook message or call anytime with questions at (281) 855-3546.

https://www.elimchristianschool.org/

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Way to go Elim Christian School 🏫

Love this!

Mrs. Gibb’s Work and Career Transitions II is off to a great start. Students are learning what an entrepreneur is and beginning to narrow down business ideas for their individual business project. Our own former student, Faith Allen (pictured standing on the left), started her own business called "Keeping the Faith," which is a cake business. Not only did she share her entrepreneurial advice with the students concerning how she started her business and her entrepreneurial journey, she also shared how God has been a part of her business journey. Faith talked with the students not only about the business, but also the challenges she has faced as well as the joys of running a business. She helped the students to know running a business is hard work and they will learn about running a business as they go.

Elim is so proud of our former student. We are excited how God is using her gifts and talents. She mentioned that Elim played a part in her gaining confidence. We are so proud of Faith. Keep up the faith and good work, Faith!

Remember that Elim has open enrollment all year long, so if you are looking for a school that specializes in educating students with learning differences, and teaches from a Biblical worldview, then we might be the place for you!

For more information check out our website: www.elimchristianschool.org/

You can always call the office for more information or to schedule a tour: (281) 855-3546.
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Mrs. Gibb’s Work and Career Transitions II is off to a great start.  Students are learning what an entrepreneur is and beginning to narrow down business ideas for their individual business project. Our own former student, Faith Allen (pictured standing on the left), started her own business called Keeping the Faith, which is a cake business. Not only did she share her entrepreneurial advice with the students concerning how she started her business and her entrepreneurial journey, she also shared how God has been a part of her business journey. Faith talked with the students not only about the business, but also the challenges she has faced as well as the joys of running a business. She helped the students to know running a business is hard work and they will learn about running a business as they go.  

Elim is so proud of our former student.  We are excited how God is using her gifts and talents.  She mentioned that Elim played a part in her gaining confidence.  We are so proud of Faith.  Keep up the faith and good work, Faith!  

Remember that Elim has open enrollment all year long, so if you are looking for a school that specializes in educating students with learning differences, and teaches from a Biblical worldview, then we might be the place for you!

For more information check out our website: https://www.elimchristianschool.org/

You can always call the office for more information or to schedule a tour: (281) 855-3546.
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