Outdoor Middle School Program

“They will be called terebinths - oaks of righteousness, the planting of the Lord” (Is. 61:3)

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Join us as we embark on an exciting learning adventure! Terebinth students will learn subject matter through outdoor education, farming and a curriculum built to maximize connections using emergent lessons springing from the shared lives of children, their families, and their teachers. 


  • Edgegrove Farm

    • This historic farm is home to Scott and Kelley Shreffler and their family.

    • Learning spaces include: pond, creeks, barns and pastures.

  • Root and Marrow Farm

    • Erik Schlener​ owns this organic vegetable farm.

    • Learning spaces include: ponds, fields, prop house, and greenhouses.

  • "Hundred Acre Wood." 

    • 160 acres of fields and woods are the backdrop to Erika and Kraig Danielson's property. ​

    • Learning spaces include: streams, creeks pastures, fields, mountains, woods and barns.​​


  • Rachel Raggio - M.Ed (Regent University)

  • Erica Reiter - M.Ed (University of Virginia)

  • Amy Imbody - M.Ed (Covenant College)


  • Your worldview shapes your identity. 

  • We are God’s beloved. 

  • A Biblical worldview tells us that God designed each of us uniquely and with purpose.

  • Whole and true flourishing comes from a redeemed relationship with God.

  • God is the sustainer of all things.

  • Choices have results.

  • Worldview is a set of beliefs through which you interpret the world and out of which you act.

  • Scripture is the foundation of a Biblical worldview.

  • God calls us to be wise and faithful stewards. 

  • Creation reflects the characteristics of God. 

  • and more!


These sessions can be signed up for individually or as a trimester. 

  • Fridays from 9:30- 2:30

  • Three Trimesters

Fall Trimester | 9 Sessions

  • 5th-8th Grade Experiential Science (10 Labs)

    Started Sep 11

    200 US dollars

The Center for Redemptive Education

The Center for Redemptive Education exists to articulate, cultivate, demonstrate and facilitate the quest to align with God’s design for teaching and learning, using an approach that is Biblical, Relational, Integral and Experiential.

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