Comprehension-based learning with a consistent, Christian emphasis is the foundation of our elementary program. The combination of our teaching methods and curricula fosters the development of critical thinking (giving students the skills to think for themselves and independently solve problems); inspires meaningful participation from the students (facilitating comprehension); and stimulates the application of what is learned (encouraging wisdom and discernment).
The systematic addition of enrichment classes, such as Spanish, computer, physical education, music, library, and art, to the foundational subjects of language arts, mathematics, social studies, and science provides rich and varied experiences allowing students to benefit in multiple areas of learning.
We believe in teaching from a biblical perspective since clear teaching of the Bible is the foundation for all other learning. All classes use the King James Bible for daily Bible lessons and Scripture memorization. Weekly chapel time engages and challenges students with a relevant lesson applicable to their life.
Elementary students also enjoy participating in intramural basketball, and the girls love junior cheerleading!
Students seeking admission to first grade must be at least six years of age by September 1 of the school year for which they are applying.
Arrival and Dismissal Times
First Grade through Fifth Grade: 8:10-3:00
The early drop-off time is 7:30 a.m. ($5.00 per student per day), and the two late pick-up times are 4:45 ($7.50 per student per day) and 5:30 ($11.50 per student per day).
Students wear a school uniform (uniform lists and purchasing information is available in the school office). The girls wear blouses, jumpers, and pants/skirts/skorts. The boys wear long pants or shorts and a shirt with a collar. On Fridays, students may wear spirit wear that is purchased through the school.
Achievement test scores have consistently shown our students ranking well above average nationally as well as within the schools in the Georgia Association of Christian Schools. Victory Baptist School administers achievement tests to students in kindergarten through high school during the spring of the school year. Parents are notified of the exact dates, and a copy of the results are sent home to parents.