Creator’s House is Christ-centered education for the 21st century. We use state-of-the-art learning software, real-world projects, Socratic discussions, and a Hero’s Journey dialogue in a student-driven, multi-age learning studio.
To inspire each child and their family who enters our doors to find a calling from the Lord that will change the world.
At Creator’s House, your child will begin their Hero’s Journey. We will guide them to discover and use their strengths to seize opportunities and solve meaningful, real-world problems. We encourage all students to be curious, independent, and lifelong learners.
Children will learn to explore the arts, social sciences, technology, and the wonders of the natural world. We will support your young hero and encourage them to uphold the highest standards of excellence.
Learn to learn.
Learn to do.
Learn to be.
Multi-week, narrative-based Quests designed to develop self-regulation skills
Innovative experiential and play-based learning (for younger eagles)
Peer-to-peer learning and collaboration
Socratic discussion to develop critical thinking, perspective taking and communication skills
Self-directed and self-paced mastery of core skills
Individualized scaffolding aimed at each learner’s journey
Real-time progress tracking
Measured mastery through assembled portfolios
Empowerment through choice and freedom levels
Social emotional intelligence and spiritual intelligence development
Guides facilitate growth
Discover and nurture personal gifts
Daily goal setting and reflection
Arts across disciplines
What Makes Creator's House So Different?
Are you frustrated with the old, traditional educational model that teaches students to spit out facts and pass state-mandated tests?
Watch this documentary video to see how Acton Academy (our affiliate school) is turning education upside down.
"A school for the 21st Century: Christ-centered, Interest based, Blended learning with Culture of honor."
Self-paced mastery of reading, writing, and math skills through deliberate practice and the latest educational technology.
Authentic tools and skills taught through engaging, story-driven narratives, and interdisciplinary projects.
Critical thinking and powerful communication through Socratic discussions about heroes, history, and self-governance.
Discovering personal gifts, developing character, and creating genuine relationships through real-world, action based projects.
If we were to imagine education for the 21st century, what would it look like?
Salman Khan’s TED Talk about how online educational videos could change the classroom
Young heroes celebrate the mastery of tools, skills, and character by earning badges, assembling portfolios, and taking part in public exhibitions.
Parents use badges to track academic progress across many core skills, disciplines, and character development.
Electronic and hardcopy portfolios capture rough drafts, photos, video, and other creative work.
Public exhibitions following Quests allow young heroes to present their work to experts, customers, or the public, for a real-world test.