More than a curriculum

With the goal of forming children with a sound curriculum that promotes a Biblical worldview.

What is A.C.E.?

Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.) provides a complete, self-teaching curriculum that integrates Biblical truths and character formation in all subjects and at all levels. Biblical principles and concepts are woven into all aspects of the program, in developing critical thinking and apologetic skills, and natural sciences are also taught from the Biblical perspective of the six-day creation. The curriculum includes 90 character traits of Jesus, which are integrated into all PACE materials. The stories and examples encourage the student to follow Jesus to become more and more like Him.

What is a PACE?

A.C.E. is an individualized curriculum for all grade levels. The six core subjects cover the major learning needs of the students. These core subjects are Mathematics, English, Science, Social Studies, Word Building and Literature. Electives, activities and educational software complement these. The curriculum comes in PACEs (Packets of Accelerated Christian Education). Each core subject consists of 12 PACEs per grade level. Students work on the subjects daily in the PACEs, completing one PACE before starting a new one.

Individualized learning

Children work according to their own learning plan that allows them to progress at their own level and pace of learning. Diagnostic Tests determine each child’s specific needs, while the ACE materials allow the group teacher to provide personalized and targeted help as needed.

Biblical worldview

Biblical principles and ideas are woven into all aspects of the curriculum. Each student is taught from a biblical perspective, developing critical thinking skills that enable them to “discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.” — Romans 12:2

Mastering the curriculum

ACE provides every child with the opportunity to actually learn the material they are studying. Mastering the material is essential for educational success. Students do not move on to a new concept until they have demonstrated that they have adequately learned the material.

Christian character

The curriculum includes 90 character traits of Jesus, which are integrated into all PACE materials. The stories and examples encourage the student to follow Jesus to become more and more like Him. This along with working in the right way, setting goals by themselves, following the daily program, enables students to develop their character 24/7.


Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry & Calculus
From calculus to algebra and differential calculus, students are taught how to approach mathematical problems in a well-reasoned, step-by-step manner. Students are encouraged to recognize God as the Creator of order and absolutes.

Social Studies

History, Geography & Economics.
Social Studies looks at world history and cultures from the perspective of God as Creator and Controller of the universe. PACEs train deductive reasoning and include a variety of activities.


Grammar and Language Use.
Proper use of English as a language is not innate in a person, but a skill that must be developed. The curriculum does this in a balanced way that includes thorough repetition of the eight types of words and step-by-step practice in research skills and essay writing.

Literature & Creative Writing

Literature, Reading and Writing.

From an early age, students are encouraged to enjoy reading and are introduced to the principles of writing. Older students sample classic and modern literature and poetry from different periods.


Biology, Physics & Chemistry.
A.C.E. takes students’ natural curiosity about their physical environment and helps them build a solid foundation based on Biblical principles. It is non-evolutionary in approach and content. Experiments and labs are done and watched.

Word Building

Word Structure and Spelling.
This subject increases students’ vocabulary and strengthens their confidence and skill in spelling. The basic rules of spelling are introduced and illustrated, while the study of the meanings of suffixes, prefixes and root words enables students to build new words and expand their vocabulary.