Curriculum Overview

Humanities Curricula

History and Language Arts

Grammar School (Grades K - 4th)

  • The Veritas Florida Grammar School will emphasize student exposure to and comprehension of core knowledge in literature, writing, grammar, vocabulary, spelling, handwriting (cursive in 3rd & 4th), history, geography, and fine arts.
  • The Veritas Grammar School curriculum incorporates methods developed by Charlotte Mason, including narration, memorization, picture study, projects, and sketching.
  • Weekly assignments will guide the student and parents in preparation for the next week's class.
  • Students will be guided by an experienced, Christian educator with a college degree through a comprehensive curriculum. Parents and students will be able to refer to the textbooks throughout the week to complete assignments and move deeper in to the material presented in class.
  • The academic program has been created to challenge students to think critically and grow in their knowledge of humanities through reading, projects, the study of Latin root-words and the integration of biblical truth throughout all subjects. 
  •  Elementary students attend class with peers in the same grade level.
  •  Humanities & Language Arts classes meet one day per week from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
  •  Students have the opportunity to take additional electives, math, and science on a second day of the week.


Veritas Classical Preparatory School (Grades 5th - 12th)

  • All subjects are taught from a distinctively biblical world view. 
  • The curriculum integrates history (world and American), literature (classical, American, British), composition, grammar, study skills, logic, and critical thinking. 
  • Vocabulary development through Latin and Greek roots culminates in a formalized study of Latin and Greek as languages in high school. 
  • Each week, the student will receive an assignment sheet delineating the work required in each subject area. 
  • Students will participate in a combined grade level classroom that allows them to interact with peers and promotes classroom discussion and group projects.
  • Humanities & Language Arts classes meet one day per week from 9 am – 2 pm at the respective campus. 
  • Students have the opportunity to take an additional math and science on a second day of the week.