Category: Blog

Category: Blog

Considerations for Starting a Church-School in Massachusetts
Image March 4, 2021 Blog,Uncategorized Dr. Rondeau

Starting a school can seem like a daunting task, but if God is calling your church to do so then don’t hesitate to follow His leading. Creating a quality program to successfully educate students requires building a team and planning. You may find the following checklist helpful for planning purposes. This list is not an

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Start a Learning Pod/Center/Co-Op
Image March 4, 2021 Blog,Uncategorized Dr. Rondeau

Mission and Purpose: Assist families in providing a safe and reliable Christian education in times where full and reliable access to a Christian school is not possible. It is presented as an option for families to collaborate and share learning responsibilities by providing tools and resources for creating a small local learning environment. Program description: 

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Learning Pods
Image November 8, 2020 Blog,Uncategorized Dr. Rondeau

ViewPoint Christian Academy offers a solid academic program integrated with the Scriptures and that is steeped in a Biblical/Christian worldview. Our individualized and mastery-based approach makes our program completely adaptable to the student’s needs and family circumstances. While many schools and families are experiencing uncertainty, ViewPoint can help Christian families experience academic success. ViewPoint is

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Failure is not an Option
Image September 28, 2020 Academic,Blog,Monday Moments Dr. Rondeau

In April of 1970, Apollo 13 blasted off into outer space with a mission.  However, along the way, they began to have mechanical difficulties and radioed back to the flight control center, “Houston, we have a problem.”  The lives of three astronauts were on the line.  They would die if NASAs engineers could not figure

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Grading Rubric
Image September 21, 2020 Academic,Blog,Practical Dr. Rondeau

ViewPoint Christian Academy has established a rubric with basic criteria for all written submission in Ignitia. This rubric is also useful for those utilizing our paper-based curriculum. These general guidelines world in conjunction with the specified guidelines for each individual assignment. Parents and students should reference this regularly for written assignments to maximize their final

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Incorporating Extra-Curricular Activities
Image September 21, 2020 Article,Blog,Homeschool,Monday Moments Dr. Rondeau

This week’s Monday Moment focuses on incorporating extra-curricular classes/activities into your at-home program. Watch as Dr. Adam Rondeau discusses options for doing so and remember that it is important to inspire your children to explore and utilize the talents that God has given them. Here are the recommended resources listed by Dr. Rondeau in the

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Diagnostic/Placement Testing
Image August 18, 2020 Blog,Homeschool,Practical Dr. Rondeau

ViewPoint Christian Academy’s individualized and mastery-based program relies upon accurate diagnostic/placement testing. To assist the families with this process, some instructions are provided here. General Principals of Placement Testing Placement tests are not a part of the student’s overall grade average are not included as grades on their permanent record or transcript. In this way

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Education = Discipleship
Image June 4, 2020 Article,Blog Dr. Rondeau

In the Scriptures, education equates to discipleship. The education that our children receive is their discipleship for life. Sadly, so much of modern education has sought to sterilize itself from religious influence. In America it isconsidered “unconstitutional” to read the Bible and pray in public schools. This has ravaged the education that so many have

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Advantages of Schooling Online from Home
Image May 24, 2020 Article,Blog,Homeschool Dr. Rondeau

The following is an essay written by ViewPoint Christian Academy high school student, Cassandra Penny. She makes some great points about the advantages of online homeschooling. This article was written by Cassie for an English assignment and is published here with her and her parent’s permission. Different forms of homeschooling have been used for centuries.

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