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Nicaea Academy of Naples

Nicaea Early Learning Academy

Nicaea Academy of Cape Coral

"Building Minds for the Future!"

 

 

Three decades ago, A Beka Book began with the mission of providing Christian schools with high-quality textbooks and teaching aids to help each school fulfill its educational goals. The hundreds of traditional educational materials from A Beka Book have been developed and refined over a period of 50 years in the classrooms of Pensacola Christian Academy, one of America’s largest and most respected Christian schools.  As a result, throughout the nation A Beka Book is recognized as the standard of excellence in the publishing of textbooks and other scholastic materials.

The A Beka Book approach to education keeps learning lively, interesting, and memorable.  Our materials reflect sensible theory that is firmly anchored to practicality.  Skilled researchers do primary research in every subject. Thus our publications are built upon a firm foundation of absolute truth and sound scholarship, and are written by dedicated and talented scholars well grounded in the practical aspects of classroom teaching.  For excellence in education, you can trust A Beka Book.

The school’s curriculum utilizes the A Beka system. We focus on a traditional approach to learning with a heavy emphasis on student/ teacher interaction designed to meet each student’s individual needs. Our curriculum includes comprehensive programs in Systematic Phonics, Advanced Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Art and Music Appreciation, and Computer Studies, utilizing the latest technology.

At Nicaea Academy, studies are highlighted by daily prayer and basic, non-denominational Bible study in order to foster Christian principals of strong character, good moral conduct, respect for authority, and personal responsibility.

Recreational and social programs, including teacher/parent supervised Field Trips, are also an integral part of the student’s academic experience at Nicaea Academy

What is A Beka Book?

A Beka Book is the “premier” Christian textbook publisher, serving Christian schools for over thirty years with over 1,000 educational products. Over 750,000 students in Christian schools use A Beka book.

What will A Beka book do for my child?

A Beka Book’s systematic phonics program teaches students to read at an early age.  Students also receive strong character-building reading selections.  Grammar and creative writing give the students consistent daily practice and review.  Spelling, vocabulary, and poetry help students improve their ability to read, write, think, and speak.  Penmanship is taught step by step consistently throughout the program.

A Beka Book’s arithmetic program uses a traditional, spiral review approach to help students develop thinking skills for daily living.  The science and health program teaches the students about creation and the Creator-refuting man-made ideas of evolution.  The history and geography program is developed from a Christian perspective with patriotic character-building content.  Fine Arts electives in art, music, and speech are also available.  Your child can receive a first-class academic education with this curriculum.  Many students have attain superior academic achievement.

Bible

The foundation for all learning

The A Beka Book Bible Program presents the Bible in the narrative style in which it is written. Stories of the Old and New Testaments in the lower grades lead up to the profound truths of the Gospels, Epistles, and other portions of Scripture for older students. The curriculum is designed to be specifically and systematically taught so that students in the Bible Program will become thoroughly acquainted with the basic portions of Scriptures.

Reading

The means by which each person may learn for himself

Because children become what they read, they need character-building reading materials from the very beginning. A Beka Book employs Phonics as the most logical, orderly way to introduce reading to children. Beautifully illustrated and imaginatively written, A Beka Book readers are the finest available anywhere. Stories are carefully selected for interest, readability, theme, and values, with questions throughout to guide students in comprehension of reading material and in application of valuable principles to their lives.

History

A realistic view of time, government, geography, and economics based on eternal truths

Ever since H. G. Wells published his Outline of History in 1920, the theme of world history texts has been man’s supposed progress from savagery toward socialism, from tribal religions toward one-world government. American history is usually presented as a series of conflicts—rich vs. poor, black vs. white, North vs. South, labor vs. management, male vs. female, etc.

A Beka Book history texts reject the Marxist/Hegelian conflict theory of history in favor of a truthful portrayal of peoples, lands, religions, ideals, heroes, triumphs, and setbacks. The result is positive, uplifting history texts that give students an historical perspective and instill within them an intelligent pride for their own country and a desire to help it back to its traditional values.

We present government as ordained by God for the maintenance of law and order, not as a cure-all for humanity’s problems. We present free-enterprise economics without apology and point out the dangers of Communism, socialism, and liberalism to the well-being of people across the globe. In short, A Beka Book offers a traditional, conservative approach to the study of what man has done with the time he has been given.

Mathematics

The study of logic and order to apply to science and daily life

Unlike the “modern math” theorists, who believe that mathematics is a creation of man and thus arbitrary and relative, A Beka Book teaches that the laws of mathematics are a creation of God and thus absolute. Man’s task is to search out and make use of the laws of the universe, both scientific and mathematical.

A Beka Book provides attractive, legible, and workable traditional mathematics texts that are not burdened with modern theories such as set theory. These books have been field-tested, revised, and used successfully for many years, making them classics with up-to-date appeal. Besides training students in the basic skills needed for life, A Beka Booktraditional mathematics books teach students to believe in absolutes, to work diligently for right answers, and to see mathematical facts as part of the truth and order built into the real universe.

Science/Health

The investigation of variety, order, and reasonableness revealed in creation

While secular science textbooks present modern science as the opposite of faith, the A Beka Book science texts teach that modern science is the product of Western man’s return to the Scriptures after the Protestant Reformation, leading to his desire to understand and subdue the earth, which he saw as the orderly, law-­abiding creation of the God of the Bible.

The A Beka Book Science and Health Program presents the universe as the direct creation of God and refutes the man-made idea of evolution. Further, the books present God as the Great Designer and Lawgiver, without Whom the evident design and laws of nature would be inexplicable. They give a solid foundation in all areas of science—a foundation firmly anchored to Scriptural truth. Teachability is assured through accurate, interesting writing, carefully planned demonstrations that can be performed with a minimum of equipment, chapter terms and questions, full-color illustrations, consideration of the interests and comprehension skills of students at each grade level, and detailed Curriculum/Lesson Plans.

English

The study of language and communication in a structured, reasonable, and well-articulated manner.

Thought and language are foundational to acquiring and transmitting knowledge. Therefore, the teaching of grammar, spelling, vocabulary, composition, and literature in education is of particular importance.

Modern linguists have sought in vain for a credible explanation for the origin of language. Having accepted evolutionary philosophy, they embrace relativism and reject any discussion of language being governed by rules or claims that some expressions are better than others. This explains many English programs today, but it is easy to see in language a structure which reflects logic, reasonableness, and orderliness.

This is why A Beka Book grammar books emphasize structure, rules, analysis, and the kind of practice that aims at mastery. This is why we place an importance on correct spelling and the continual enlargement of each student’s vocabulary. This is why we aspire to provide students with examples of the very best literature of the ages, and this is why we emphasize the continual improvement of writing abilities.