Maximizing your child’s learning by recognizing and utilizing all learning styles

We systematically incorporate within our curriculum and programs methods to stimulate learning in these three major learning style areas(Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic Learning).


Learn by: 1. Reading, observing, or illustrating.

​                  2. Using strong visual associations.

Learning is strengthened by:

  • Note-taking and illustrating.
  • Experiencing visually stimulating objects.
  • Underlining and highlighting.
  • Visualizing what is learned.                      

Our A.C.E. program emphasizes visual learning by:

  • Color-coded PACE procedures
  • Reading/writing daily PACE goals.
  • Computer software and keyboarding
  • Colorful example activities.
  • Brightly illustrated PACE curriculum.  

​​Incorporating all learning style activities:

  • Augments and reinforces the student’s PACE activities.
  • Strengthens areas of learning weaknesses.


Learn by: 1. Listening to verbalized teaching.

2. Remembering by mentally forming the sounds of words.

​Learning is strengthened by:

  • Verbalizing aloud to memorize and solve problems.
  • Using rhythm and music patterns.
  • Drilling aloud to learn concepts.
  • Minimizing distractions.
  • Our A.C.E. program emphasizes auditory learning by:
  • Scripture memory recitation.
  • Devotions, enrichment class discussion.
  •  Multimedia curriculum.
  • Oral reports, recitations.
  • Oral social studies assignments.
  • Supervisor-directed curriculum discussion.


Learn by: 1. Experiencing what one sees and hears. 

2. Physical movement and tactile activities.

Learning is strengthened by:

  • Having frequent breaks.
  • Physically participating in the learning process.
  • Writing notes or highlighting information while listening.
  • Completing projects/books filled with action.

Our A.C.E. program emphasizes kinesthetic learning by:

  • Computer software and keyboarding usage for tactile stimulation.
  • Manipulatives.
  • Student convention participation.
  • Active breaks and enrichment classes (P.E., Music, Art, etc.).
  • Questions requiring written answers.