We serve students PreK-12 with teachers committed to serving each student according to their individual needs.
ELEMENTARY: We partner with parents to provide an excellent education inspiring spiritual, physical, intellectual, social, and emotional growth. We strive to provide a well-rounded, Christ centered curriculum including a variety of additional enrichment classes in art, music, computer, Spanish, PE and library. You will find a welcoming, warm, safe, and professional environment for students and parents alike at Salem Academy.
MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL: Salem Academy Christian Secondary life begins with Grades 6-8 as a crucial link between elementary and high school. Our goal is to help students grow in their faith as they develop tools to assist them in preparation for life. 6th grade classes remain mostly self-contained, with an introduction to the class-rotation routine. All middle school students are able to choose from a variety of electives, and the 7th and 8th graders are able to be placed in the level of math appropriate for each student’s ability. In addition, we currently offer three opportunities for 8th grade students to earn high school credit through Algebra 1, Spanish 1, and Honors Physical Science.
Grades 9-12 are filled with energetic, intelligent, “normal” teens who are excited to be part of a high school program that strives to be Christ-honoring in every way. Their day is filled with classes that challenge them spiritually and academically while, at the same time, providing them with opportunities for worship, athletic competition, participation in the performing arts, hands-on experience with technology, food preparation, and various art media. Dual credit opportunities are also available in a variety of courses allowing students to earn college credit while at Salem Academy.
Salem Academy Christian High School is fully accredited by NAAS (Northwest Association of Accredited Schools), and is a long-time member of the Association of Christian Schools International. Many Salem Academy graduates attend 4-year colleges and universities, some go on to community colleges, still others proceed to military service or schools which provide training in various professional areas.