At The Academy of Snohomish, we are dedicated to partnering with parents in order to provide their children well-rounded education of the highest quality. Together, we work to inspire students to embrace learning and achieve their highest potential.
Monday - Thursday, 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW INTEGRATION
Morning Devotions, Thursday Chapels, Bible Classes, Integration in Core Classes
Worship Team & Leadership Team
Fall Retreat, Spirit Week, Celebration Formal
A DAY AT THE ACADEMY
Each student at the Academy of Snohomish will have their own flexible education plan designed by you the parent, your student, and one of our advisors. Your student will have the freedom to craft an education plan that will compliment their natural interests and abilities.
Following the Academy of Snohomish’s morning devotions, their school day will likely begin by logging onto their Ignitia workspace The rest of the day will flex according to their class requirements, an elective choice, and what they have set out for their personal weekly goals. Afternoons are the time when you and your student can reconvene to pursue an offsite elective with other the Academy of Snohomish students, take on online computer programming or web design class, attend a student workshop, or get additional help from one of our tutors. The options are limitless…
Our Mathematics teachers are in class each day to provide math support to our students and to challenge them to think about the real-life application for what they are learning.
"DON'T LET ANYONE LOOK DOWN ON YOU BECAUSE OF YOUR YOUTH, BUT SET AN EXAMPLE
FOR THE BELIEVERS IN SPEECH, IN CONDUCT, IN LOVE, IN FAITH, AND IN PURITY." - 1 TIMOTHY 4:12
One of the goals we have at the Academy of Snohomish is to equip students to be leaders who are grounded in the traditional values of our Founding Fathers coupled with a sound biblical worldview. We want to help students learn how to become leaders in the community who speak with confidence, intelligence, and humility as they strive to impact our community, our county, and our world. We believe that young people are capable of doing great things for God and we encourage our students to discover and pursue their God-given gifts and talents to serve and honor God. Our morning devotions, school retreat, and weekly chapels are all part of our effort to purposefully mentor these young leaders. The Academy of Snohomish also gives students opportunities to serve our school on our Chapel Worship Team or our Leadership Team.
Students who have a desire to serve on The Academy Worship Team will have the responsibility of leading worship each week during chapel. The Chapel Worship Team also is responsible for providing all of the worship music at our Fall Retreat. Students who wish to serve on the Worship team must submit an application and be willing to meet for rehearsals outside of school hours.
Our Academy Leadership Team is dedicated to pursuing God, serving others, leading with humility, and learning the practical aspects of planning, promoting, and executing a successful event.This opportunity is open to students who are at least in seventh grade or older. Students who wish to join the team must complete a detailed application and participate in a formal interview process. The interview panel will review each of the applicants and choose students who demonstrate that they are positive role models, willing to learn and be able to work with a team.
One of the concerns that parents who have chosen to educate their own children are that their children may not get the opportunities for social interaction or that they miss out on special celebrations that other schools have. That is not the case at the Academy of Snohomish! We know that friends and social activities are so important for kids of any age. Our students have many opportunities for connecting with larger organizations of Christian believers for Bible study, youth activities, corporate worship, and FUN!
One of the first events that the Academy of Snohomish students participate in is our all school Fall Retreat. The theme changes each year, but we are always intentional to choose topics that are relevant to our students and address the culture they are living in from a biblical worldview. The students have time to relax, participate in team building activities, spend some time in God’s Word and have a lot of fun together!