The Barnabas Prep program is designed to equip students to continue their personal growth in the areas highlighted below. By focusing on nine major areas of growth, students leave Barnabas Prep with all the tools they need to live as independently as possible. Our program structure allows students to take advantage of personalized learning opportunities to further develop the student's knowledge and skills in the area they need it most. Hover over each subject to learn more about our curriculum.
Biblical studies is a vital part of what we do at Prep. We spend intentional time everyday learning more about the Bible and how to apply its teaching in everyday life!
The objective of this course is to provide lessons, demonstrations, and activities that involve low-impact fitness. This allows the students to remain active and create a healthy lifestyle.
The course is designed to expose the students to various elements in the area of Fine Arts. Each student will have the opportunity to express themselves through projects in music, arts, crafts, gardening and theater.
Students will work toward improvement in self-help, socialization, job acquisition and/or retention, and learning adaptive skills.
Examines the concept of a balanced diet, exercise and health, wellness and food safety. Nutritional models are presented to allow the student to understand and build a healthy lifestyle.
Develops basic skills in touch keyboarding and data entry for personal and workplace use.
Covers developing and improving fundamental and effective communication skills, including understanding interpersonal communication, active listening, non-verbal communication, and communicating purposefully in the community.
Combines practical work experience with course objectives with a focus on strengthening time and task management skills, clear and professional communication, and utilizing job search resources.
Independent Living provides knowledge of essential life skills that will help students pursue goals for living independently.
Questions about our curriculum? Contact the Lead Educator here.