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Emmanuel has high academic performance standards that describe what students should know and be able to do as a result of their schooling. The standards constitute all aspects of the curriculum – Bible, Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Math. Students also receive co-curricular instruction in Physical Education, Computers, Art, and Music.

The Key Learnings provide an overview of the content that students should know and be able to do in each subject area and grade. Multi-grade classrooms are on an even and odd year cycle for Bible, Social Studies, and Science. Please speak with your child's teacher regarding the cycle your child will be on this school year.


First Grade

Second Grade

Third Grade

Fourth Grade

Fifth Grade

Sixth Grade

Seventh Grade

Eighth Grade

9-12 Abeka (see below)





Acceptance of God

Surrender one’s whole life to God; develop a relationship with Jesus Christ; and allow the Holy Spirit to work in one’s life.

Commitment to the Church

Desire to know, live and share the message and mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Interpersonal Relationships

Develop a sense of self-worth, skills in interpersonal relationships, an understanding of the responsibilities of family membership and the ability to respond with sensitivity to the needs of others.

Responsible Citizenship

Develop an understanding of cultural and historical heritages, affirm a belief in the dignity and worth of others and accept responsibility for local, national and global environments.

Healthy Balanced Living

Accept personal responsibility for achieving and maintaining optimum physical, mental and spiritual health.

Intellectual Development

Adopt a systematic, logical and biblically-based approach to decision-making and problem-solving when applied to a developing body of knowledge.

Communication Skills

Recognize the importance of effective communication and develop the requisite skills.

Personal Management

Function responsibly in the everyday world using Christian principles of stewardship, economy and personal management.

Aesthetic Appreciation

Develop an appreciation of the beautiful, both in God’s creation and in human expression, while nurturing individual ability in the fine arts.

Career and Service

Develop a Christian work ethic with an appreciation for the dignity of service.


9-12 Abeka Course Requirement

  1. A minimum of 6 credit hours must be earned through Abeka Academy Accredited Enrollment Plan with at least 4 credits earned during the senior year.
  2. Students enrolling in ABA Accredited Enrollment Plan must be proficient in the English language.
  3. Alterations cannot be made to academic requirements for any course. All subjects must be attempted in order for students to continue in the Accredited Program.
  4. Bible is a required course and must be completed in order to continue in the Accredited Program.
  5. Only students with a documented “A” average in grade 7 math may take Algebra 1 in grade 8.
  6. Progress Reports, along with all tests and exams and other specified course requirements, must be received in the ABA Office in order to validate student work and issue credit.
  7. Accredited students are required to watch all video lessons for all courses in which the student is enrolled unless that course is not offered by video.
  8. Credit is accepted upon receiving an official high school transcript showing credit earned for the course. Dual enrollment credits on college transcripts will not be accepted.
  9. ABA is unable to provide an accredited special needs program. If the Accredited Program requirements cannot be met, the student may not be able to participate in the Accredited Program.
  10. Dropping courses after 60 days from the assigned begin date may result in academic penalty.
  11. Students must be between the ages of 16 and 19 years old to graduate from Abeka Academy