Creative Academy partners with parents in a unique mentor-driven model of K-12th education across the Twin Cities area. We offer dynamic and engaging K-12th classes. Children can participate in the preschool cooperative as early as age 3.
Students participate in engaging, dynamic classroom environments that teach core and elective classes through a biblical worldview. Instead of sitting passively in a classroom environment for eight hours a day, students are actively engaged in learning through the vehicles of family, church, school, and community. Creative Academy’s dynamic model helps students develop the academic curiosity they need to become a generation of lifelong learners and culture shapers.
Across America today, 56 million students attend schools where God has been purposefully dissected from the foundations of learning. The youngest generations have been indoctrinated in an academic system that has produced the fruit of anxiety, depression, suicide ideation, drug abuse, youth homicide, STDs, and atheism.
Homeschooling is a system of family discipleship where parents take on the responsibility of educating their children at home through a variety of methods and systems. For most Christian families, this means providing a Bible-based education centered on both spiritual and academic formation.
Creative Academy is built on a foundation that restores Christianity, the church, and the family to the center point of academia, reversing the trend of negative fruit in the youngest generations.
The student who is fully trained will be coming like the teacher.
Homeschoolers can study at home for their entire K-12th career. However, we’ve found the support of the classroom can provide homeschoolers with a valuable community experience that fosters growth and maturity.
Creative Academy gives parents the confidence of knowing who is teaching their children and what ideologies they are being trained up in. Our model encourages the development of competencies that educate students in the truth of God’s word, partnering with parents in raising up a generation of world changers.