Bannister’s educational program is patterned after the classical educational program called the Trivium. A classical education is a three-part process of training the mind.

Paideia is a set of beliefs about education including active and rigorous teaching methods Paideia is a holistic approach to life-long learning with roots in ancient Greece. 

The study of Latin teaches students how to think critically and analytically, and how to handle concepts with ease. 


K-12 Education lays down the cornerstones for fundamental language and critical thinking skills.


Parent Formation

As part of the school’s commitment to forming students, it organizes two major parenting talks every school year. The school invites experts in the fields of psychology, communication, and family development to talk to parents about current issues that affect parents and children.

Parents are empowered and encouraged by attending these parenting seminars. Moreover, they are equipped with tips and strategies that they can use to better connect with and raise their children.

A well-trained mind is what Susan Wise Bauer described as the fruit of a good education.
A person with a well-trained mind can tackle difficult subjects, learn on his own, understand and structure logical statements,
and finally, communicate thought from one mind to another.