At The Master's School, we acknowledge that Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior. For this reason, we teach from a Biblical worldview perspective. We commit each day to the Lord and provide many opportunities for children to learn about God’s Word.
Bible lessons are taught on a regular basis at each grade level. There is a designated chapel theme each year, coordinated by the school Chaplain and School Directors. Children attend Chapel once a week and engage in singing, Bible reading, and various activities. Chapels are led by our Chaplain, Director, teachers, or by guest speakers. Our students internalize what they learn at Chapel and often look for ways to apply it throughout the week, both at school and in their communities. Chapel is a vital and important part of each week of school. It develops a wonderful sense of community as we gather together as an entire school, or in smaller groups.