Core Programs

Ozarks Academy offers three distinct programs to excite and challenge students from toddler age to fifth grade. Our classes focus on fostering the child’s imagination and enthusiasm for learning through compelling stories, hands-on projects, and fun (and integral) memory work.

We meet once a week to study core classes that are well-suited for group learning. At home, parents continue each child’s education the remainder of the week.

All decked out for our Egyptian party, where students got a taste of life in ancient Egypt.

Core Grammar Class (I & II)

Designed for students in second/third and fourth/fifth grades who are reading and writing confidently, our grammar class is fun and challenging. Students will hear stories and participate in re-enactments to relive our history, take an in-depth look at science through experimentation and observation, begin writing stories, and learn over a dozen poems… ranging from sacred to silly.

(For a more in-depth look, visit our class descriptions page.)


Enjoying a hands-on look at biology. 

Core Pre-Grammar Class

Students who are still mastering the art of reading and writing, can join in the fun of our pre-grammar class. Here students engage in simpler stories from history to acquaint them with God’s grand workings in history, enjoy a broad, hands-on overview of science, learn how to retell simple stories, and memorize over a dozen sweet, silly, or sacred poems.

(For a more in-depth look, visit our class descriptions page.)

DSC00808Singing time! 

Toddler Class

Toddlers and pre-schoolers join Miss Jana for a morning packed with learning and laughter. Through textile play, catchy songs, outdoor activities, and simple hands-on crafts, their childlike wonder is captivated and deepened.

(For a more in-depth look, visit our Toddler’s Page)

Learning about weaving and shading… which they used later in drawing

Enriching Electives

After lunch, students in the pre-grammar and grammar programs have the option to participate in three enriching electives: music, art & Latin. Here they learn the basics of music theory and solfège singing, tackle complex artistic concepts through simple hands-on art projects, and learn Latin through stories about an adventurous boy names Marcus.

Join Ozarks Academy

If you are interested in joining the Ozarks Academy community, please fill out our Application 2016-2017, call 417.414.3782, or email