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“Arrows Academy has provided our family the benefits of private Christian schooling at an affordable price while still allowing for the flexibility and family time of homeschooling. I love that my children have two days a week with their friends, learning, playing, and worshipping God together. And I love that I have two days a week to run errands, get my house in order, and make any necessary appointments which are otherwise difficult with children in tow. Arrows relieves some of the pressure of homeschooling, not only in affording me that extra time, but also in providing guidance and accountability. I feel I can rest assured that my children are receiving a quality, developmentally appropriate education. It’s also a relief to know that if there’s an area I’ve forgotten or have little interest in (Art, for example), Arrows will help fill in the gaps. What I love most, though, is how my children have grown spiritually. The Missions classes and morning assemblies with worship & God’s Word have had more of an impact on them than their Sunday School classes at church!”
“Arrows Academy is one the greatest blessings of our homeschooling journey!
I loved homeschooling but had three young children that required a great
deal of energy and time out of me. Adding homeschooling on top of it all
was too much at times. Arrows gave me a little reprieve, a great curriculum
framework, and a support system of other parents. In addition, Arrows
provided my children with a close-knit, Christian community of learners,
teachers, and staff as well as the opportunity to experience a more
‘traditional’ classroom setting. It really is the best of both worlds!”
Arrows Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.