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Education Philosophy

Community-Based Learning

We believe that all communities have intrinsic educational assets and resources that can enhance student learning.  Our teachers use a variety of instructional methods and programs to connect what is learned in the classroom with family life and society.

Children looking at water - Private School

Students visit a local coffee farm to learn how coffee is grown and harvested.

For students to develop a curiosity about the way things work, as well as the confidence to ask questions and make guesses to answer those questions, they need an experiential learning environment.  Lazarus Academy utilizes the most advanced teaching strategies and curricular options so that our students can make a better world for God's glory by becoming highly contributing citizens in their country and around the globe. 

Our teachers create an experiential learning environment by using inquiry- and project-based interdisciplinary learning in the classroom to create hands-on, memorable lessons that amplify the student's understanding of presented concepts through a model known as STEAM.  


  • Project-based learning allows students to learn by doing while solving problems, as well as completing project learning goals, therefore, they can better understand concepts and master skills.


  • Meet students’ curiosity through the learning process of hypothesis-prediction-verification.

  • Motivate students to solve problems and find solutions through discovery, reflection, and critical thinking.

Interdisciplinary Learning

  • Building connections between different subjects initiates students' natural desire to learn, and develops a deeper understanding of the knowledge to make it more meaningful.

Our Mission

"I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."
Phil 4:13

Core Values

  • Faith

  • Diversity

  • Equity

  • Inclusion

Sharpening minds to reshape the world.

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