Whether the singing chorale on the lit stage at Paz Naz. The soaring Eagles on the field. The compassionate scholar serving the skidrow homeless. The eager new faces at family night. The young scientist at their first overnight science camp. The breadth of possible experiences outside the classroom separates Judson from the crowd. These activities create bonds and foster a sense of community.
Art, performances, sports, and fieldtrips do not make a school, but they help make a school great. Transcending the classroom, these experiences and connections enlighten the senses and feed the soul. They influence personal development and provide a lifetime link to the school. And they deserve private support.
The International Christian Curriculum facilitates student and faculty collaboration and is enriched by Socratic discourse. The history-based curriculum created by research conducted by Frontier Ventures and William Carey International University place Judson in an exceptional position of creating future leaders who can navigate the cultural pitfalls of the global marketplace.
Judson’s commitment to strengthen self-efficacy in students is unwavering. With the help of generous benefactors, it serves as a critical step in helping students define their giftedness and their place in the world. The uniqueness of our project is that we do not cherry-pick the best or brightest students for our scholarships. Many of our tuition assistance students have 1-3 risk factors that put them in jeopardy of educational failure.
Through qualified faculty that have served in ministry and missionary capacities across the globe, Judson serves as an ambassador and enriches the lives of children from all continents as well as those in our own backyard. The ambassador role also belongs to the JIS Associate Student Body, a model for students worldwide. Varied programs that involve ASB across the school, observed by visiting students and beyond help energize the Eagle spirit and tell our story of hope to families near and far.