Christ-Centered Learning Community
The culture of Intermountain Christian School is centered on the person and work of Jesus Christ. Families and teachers partner together, informed by Scripture, to educate children about God, His world, and their place in it. The Christ-centered learning community is one in which students are challenged academically, encouraged spiritually, and led to embrace all that God has created them to be.
Intermountain Christian School believes teaching is rooted in the understanding that all students are created in God’s image and are uniquely gifted. The ICS community believes instruction should be engaging and differentiated in a way that challenges and enables all students to succeed. Teachers are encouraged to build and maintain relationships with each other, with families, and with students. Those relationships inspire a desire to learn, foster accountability to high standards, and develop an understanding of our purpose in God’s world.
Inspires to Thrive
Intermountain Christian School believes students have the ability to learn and grow as God has gifted them. Classroom environments are structured so that all students discover and engage with truth in various academic disciplines, all through the lens of Scripture. ICS believes learning occurs in a wide variety of contexts and happens best when students engage in what they are learning, build on prior knowledge, and enjoy the learning process. Education is always ongoing and is most effective when home and school partner together to provide a dynamic learning environment that prepares students to thrive in God’s world.