3rd - 8th

There are many choices when it comes to the tools that are available to use in educating students. 

MBCS has a strong commitment to using the latest technology coupled with timeless, proven methods of mastery learning and individualization. We are constantly evaluating our methods and believe the education we offer is the best available today.

MBCS is dedicated to selecting curricular sources that are in line with our Mission and Vision. This means our publishers write and produce work from a Christian standpoint and make efforts to present all subjects with a Christian worldview, both implicitly and explicitly.


3RD - 8TH

For students in grades 3 - 8, our primary curriculum is a digital platform called Ignitia. It is a web-based, blended learning, collaborative, interactive curriculum that provides cutting edge instruction filtered through a Christian lens. Our students no longer have to carry a ton of books to class. Due to the high-quality integrated technology tools and resources, Ignitia provide students with a wealth of resources to keep them fully engaged and challenged academically as they learn.

Each course provides students with both online and direct teacher-led instruction, audio translated in multiple languages for ESL students, video learning labs and tutorials, interactive learning games, internal and external web-based curriculum support. Also, Ignitia is fully aligned to state standards.

Classroom teachers are able to customize instruction to ensure that each student achieves academically based upon their individual learning styles, levels and abilities. Parents are able to monitor assignments in real-time and see how well their child is performing with the Ignitia parent portal. Utilizing this intuitive, interactive cutting-edge curriculum, our students are provided with just the right amount of rigor to help them excel at higher academic levels than they would in a conventional classroom setting.



    Our teachers work closely with our administration to develop annual Bible themes and focus, as well as to faithfully introduce students to the concept of Social Sciences as they begin to identify the people and places in the world, in our country, and in our past, prayerfully learning from the failures and successes of those who have led the way before us.