Katy Adventist Christian School


         We set ourselves apart with a holistic approach to education encompassing
Body, Mind, and Spirit. 


Most schools have shut out, or drastically reduced, recess.  However, ac
cording to scientific studies, children optimize their social, cognitive, and problem-solving skills through physical movement. At KACS, our students have two, 30-40 minute sessions of physical activity, including daily  outdoor activities (weather permitting).  


We don’t teach our students to regurgitate. Instead, we challenge students to think critically and immerse themselves in the joy of learning. We are not fixated on improving test scores.  We are here to develop great independent thinkers. We have, at minimum, three field trips per semester, several dissections, science lab activities, and projects throughout the year. You will notice a change in your child as they grow to solve their own issues and develop an investigative approach.


As a Christian School, we believe in sharing and developing a closer relationship with Christ. This is done with love, training in the development of character, and opportunities for leadership. Every week, students take turns planning, performing, and leading out chapel service. Students’ self-esteem increases, along with their confidence, in their God-given abilities. 


KACS- A Preparatory School: 
Preparing students to be innovative leaders and Disciples of Christ- prepared for His soon coming!

The Cognitive Genesis Study

Cognitive Genesis is a 4-year study of 30,000 students (Grade 3-9 & 11) enrolled in Adventist schools across North America. The results indicate that students in "US Adventist Schools perform a half-grade level better than the national average"....  Not only do students who attend Adventist schools achieve half a grade level higher in ALL subjects than predicted based on their ability scores, but they also gain the benefits of Adventist education shown by other research: strong spiritual lives and healthy lifestyle choices.

For more information visit: http://www.nadeducation.org/cognitivegenesis