Inside the Classroom

Each day, the primary goals of KA instructors and personnel are to:

  • Invite, keep and utilize the spirit of God to open the minds and hearts of both teacher and student for higher learning.
  • Inspire the students to learn and explore for themselves, in and out of the classroom.
  • Remove barriers that prevent students from learning and attaining their full potential.
  • Prepare the students to be the next leaders of their communities.

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Classroom Structure

Kimber Academy holds core classes three days a week, for four hours each day.  Many academies also offer elective classes during the week such as foreign languages, dance, choir, performance, seminary, etc.

Every day, the first class begins with a devotional, usually conducted by class officers who have been interviewed and selected by the local Parent Advisory Council.

The devotional is conducted as follows, although the order may vary:

  • Song or hymn
  • Prayer
  • Scripture/Thought
  • Pledge of Allegiance

Following the devotional, students spend about 15 minutes reviewing the previous day’s religious studies. This review is called a recall exercise, and is good practice for students to exercise their minds in remembering past information, and learning to use and listen to God’s spirit to recall facts and stories.

After the recall exercise, the instructor introduces new material for study in the subject of Religion. The Senior Classes read scriptures, have an in-depth discussion, take notes, and do workbooks in class.

The Junior Class students listen to stories, learn basic teachings, sing songs, and enjoy games that pertain to the lesson material.

Reading and Writing Enhancement Class Schedule

(This class is offered for students of any age who may be struggling with reading and writing)

This optional two-hour KA class is for non-readers, or for students who need reading help. Unlike previous core classes offered, the main object here is learning how to read and write (cursive). Class includes scripture memorization, phonetics, sight-word memorization, basic numbers, and cursive writing preparation exercises. Children are taught entertaining songs to help them learn the letter sounds, and also do many hands-on activities, including how to sign the alphabet for the deaf.

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