Arts and Culture
Princeton’s art program is dedicated to creating visually literate students who create high quality art within a distinctively Christian environment.
Each student has art class with a specialist once a week. These classes focus on specific art fundamentals, art history, and creating art in a process oriented and problem solving manner.
Elementary students are given opportunities to choose art electives from drawing, painting, pottery, and photography. Students not only produce work but also analyze and evaluate art history.
Recognizing that the creative, expressive, and intellectual growth of our students is an integral aspect of a well-rounded education, Princeton offers an exceptional fine arts program. Experienced specialists train, shape, and refine talented, young performing artists’ divinely-inspired gifts in an academic climate that nurtures growth in the disciplines of theater, and choir.
Our language arts program in focuses on basic reading, writing, linguistic and communication skills by time a child is 5 years. Periods of silent sustained reading, cursive writing, syntax, thematic writing and vocabulary are all major focal points of language in our casa program.
Through these exercises, children are expected to develop reading and writing skills at an early age.
The curriculum evolves and expands to include more complicated reading comprehension, poetry, essays and presentations. In addition, grammar and semantics become a focal point of lessons, and students begin to foster writing skills that encompass poetry, expository writing and creative writing in English, French and Swahili.