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Academics

At the Camerata School, our students learn in a positive Christian educational environment where we teach Bible as a subject and it is incorporated across the curriculum.  We are a classical school, a time-honored tradition wrapped in the adventure and love of learning.

Christ-centered Leaders who Influence our World

Our students thrive on our academics, growing in Christ-like character and learning to respond to God’s calls upon their lives.  From K-12, our academic programs are designed to equip leaders and cultivate creative thinkers for a lifetime of influence.

A Camerata Education

A Camerata education means your child is equipped to be a Christ-centered leader and confident creative thinker for a lifetime of influence. We believe in our model of Classical Education tied with a Conservatory of the Fine Arts.  God is working in our school and we invite your student to get a Camerata education.

Classical Education

Classical education is a three-part process for teaching a child.  The early years of school (Grammar) are spent in absorbing facts, systematically laying the foundations for learning.  The middle grades (Logic) teach students to think through arguments.  The high school grades (Rhetoric) are when students learn to express themselves confidently.

Conservatory of Fine Arts

New evidence is showing that learning to play an instrument, even if only casually, can have a profound impact on the brain.  We have a place in the Conservatory for every student to participate.

Classical Education Explained

 

School Hours

  • Mon 8:30AM to 3:30PM
  • Tue 8:30AM to 3:30PM
  • Wed 8:30AM to 3:30PM
  • Thur 8:30AM to 3:30PM

 

Contact Information

Head of School
Mrs. Jody Capehart
jody.capehart@camerataschool.com

Director of Business Administration
Mrs. Teri Tingdale
teri.tingdale@camerataschool.com

Director of Admissions
Mrs. Denise Pope
denise.pope@camerataschool.com

Billing
Mrs. Teri Tingdale
teri.tingdale@camerataschool.com

Questions
(469) 724-2356