The grammar phase provides the building blocks for the logic and rhetoric phases. Children are eager to memorize and we challenge them with facts that span all subjects from Bible to history to science.
During the middle school years, children begin to think independently and ask “Why?” Classical Christian education teaches children in this phase logical thinking and the art of reason and debate.
Once a student has obtained a knowledge of the facts (grammar) and the skills necessary to arrange those facts into arguments (logic), he will develop the skill of communicating effectively to others (rhetoric).
At Ambrose we acknowledge Jesus Christ as Lord over all life and the Bible as the final authority in matters of life and thought.
A time-tested method of education that uses scripture as the basis of all Truth, instills the wisdom of history, teaches critical thinking and communication skills, and produces a joy of learning for life.
We are a close-knit community of like-minded Christian families representing over 80 local churches. We offer fellowship and service opportunities to bring families together in the love of Christ.
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We offer an Ambrose education two ways:
This option provides five days of traditional in classroom teaching on campus from 7:45am to 2:15pm (3:00pm for upper school)
Our Bridge Program provides two days of on-campus instruction plus lesson plans for three days of parent-led instruction at home.
We are always seeking new students and families to contribute to our community and vision. Apply today!
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