We're the new kids on the block (literally)
We're putting our roots down in Dallas, Oregon
The story is all God.
We'll be launching the school year in the old Post Office building on Main Street. It's being completely renovated, for us. It will have four classroom spaces, a full kitchen, and flexible space for small groups.
In January, we will move a block away, across the alley, to our permanent home:
The Carnegie Building
The Post Office building will transition to the full-time home of our affiliated nonprofit, The Hundred Acre Foundation.
This gem of the town is being completely remodeled, for us.
It will be stunning.
Our Dallas campus is a micro-school, meaning, it will never house more than 80 students in grades K-6. Students learn in multi-grade level classrooms and benefit from instruction specifically and intentionally tailored to their unique and individual learning needs. We assume competence, set the bar high for our individual learners, and champion each child as we partner with you, as parents, in pouring into your these kids as capable, important, and deeply loved Image-Bearers of their King.
We can do hard things, we'll do them together, and we'll have a whole lot of fun
Our Dallas campus has an emphasis on entrepreneurial learning.
Students in grades 4-6 will be given the opportunity to volunteer at our student run, internal-only coffee shop, Stomping Grounds.
We will have a community garden.
We live out our faith, as we minister and pour into people
We pair our older students with our younger students as learning partners. We create opportunities for our students to become active participants in their learning.
We cultivate an environment built on active, joy-motivated faith in a living Savior, and education grown in real-world experiences that nurture creativity and a lifelong love of learning.
We're disrupting the narrative. We're stoked for you to join us.