Our curriculum consists of the following:

  • Languages: English, and Spanish (The emphasis is on reading comprehension, composition, grammar and vocabulary)
  • Public Speaking
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Computer and typing
  • Art
  • Preparation for ACT/SAT
  • Physical education
  • Social studies
  • Technology classes
  • Etiquette classes
  • Art- Elective Class
  • Chinese – Elective Class
  • Computer Coding- Elective Class
  • Creative Writing- Elective Class
  • Theater Art Workshops- Elective Class
  • Chess Club- Elective Class

We believe the purpose of a holistic education is to mold a well-rounded student grounded in civic responsibility, capable of accepting personal responsibility for their actions and respect for their fellow men.

We offer a variety of field trips to museums, business companies, and other establishments where students learn about group dynamics, appropriate behavior and social interactions. Our students even learn practical housekeeping skills like dusting, mopping, vacuuming, and other cleaning actions to establish basic fundamentals of responsibility and behavior.  We reinforce proper class behavior, sharing, time management, cleaning up after ourselves, and being respectful to each other and to authority figures.

One of the highlights of the day at Pinnacle Prep is the morning assembly, where students are challenged to think deeply about who they are as a person and how they interact in the world. One of the core activities during this time is for students to present various ‘studies’ projects,‘ listed below, from 5th grade forward. The performances assist in refining their presentation skills and serving as a source of information for their fellow students.

Orphanage StudiesFor this project, students are asked to report on different orphanages around the world. Eventually, they report on orphanages from each major world region.  In doing this project, students develop a sense of compassion for children in need, and come to appreciate the quality of life they themselves enjoy.

Career StudiesWhen doing Career Studies projects, students are asked to intensively research the diverse career paths possible to them. From STEM-based professions to those in the performing arts, students report on and listen to presentations about these jobs, broadening their visions of the future and opening their eyes to the numerous possibilities.

World StudiesWorld Studies projects require the student to learn about and subsequently present information on the many different countries in our increasingly-connected world. This fosters multiculturalism and cross-cultural understanding, promoting the growth of our students as global citizens they’ll need to be in the 21st century.

Religion StudiesAs there are many different approaches to worship worldwide, the Religion Studies project allows students to explore the rich and diverse heritage of different faiths. It is through this kind of understanding that our students develop non-reactionary approaches to those with different belief systems, understanding that an underlying theme of general good and humanity is at the core of all faiths.

University StudiesFor the University Studies program, students learn about different institutions of higher education, both here in the US and abroad. By studying the history of these institutions, describing what they are most known for, and identifying both the school’s admissions criteria and the degree programs offered, they become increasingly prepared to make informed choices about their own post-high school plans.

***Electives- We will be offering electives for students in 3rd through 8th grade. Electives will be offered from 2:30-3:30 pm, Monday through Thursday.  There will be a fee for most electives. Electives are as follows: Chess Club– will meet the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month. Monday- Thursday electives are Art, Theater Arts, Creative Writing, Coding/Computers, and Chinese. Please contact office for pricing on electives.