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9th Grade Class at Rey Sabio Salomon Christian School

About this grade

This year, students focus hard on their education. Critical-reflective awareness is an important value as they study concepts in the role of science and technology. Language includes grammar, literature, and composition. Students also cover topics such as public speaking and writing reports. In math, they gain experience in reasoning skills by reading, writing, and solving equations. Additionally, this is a critical time in their growth and development. Students are taught to have a healthy awareness of their bodies and other people's bodies, respect spaces and know the consequences of their actions. To supplement this, the project “True love waits” is included in the curriculum to give them the knowledge and some tools to wait for the person God wants for them.

At this age, students care more about their physical image, how others see them, and the clothes they wear. They begin to become interested and curious about the opposite sex and tend to be influenced by their peers. They show less affection for their parents and question them more. Friendships grow deeper; the rebellion typical of this age makes them reject the correction of adults and seek out their peers. They have unexpected mood swings and may have episodes of sadness and depression.

About this school

Rey Sabio Salomon Christian School serves kindergarten through 12th grade. The school uses the Bible as its foundation: they want to teach God’s Word AND plant seeds in each student’s life! The teachers and students strive to live out their core values of Truth, Affirmation, Integrity, Purpose, and Selflessness.

About the community

The school is in La Comuna, a unique, beautiful community in Quito, the capital of Ecuador. The community is in the city without being part of the city: they have their own rules and laws. The community is close-knit and everyone knows each other. When one member has a problem, others will usually offer help if they can. However, it’s a vulnerable area full of social problems, such as alcoholism, drug addiction, violence, and lack of education. Many of the students come from non-functional homes that create low self-esteem in them. The belief that they are nothing and that the place where they live defines them has created a community that feels that it has nothing to give.

Income per family is low and eating habits, although they have improved, are not adequate. This is largely because their average income does not allow them to access certain products and they do not have the knowledge of how to balance their diet. Thus, the present health problems in the community surround ??malnutrition, stomach problems due to lack of hygiene, and respiratory problems.

The school has impacted the community by helping students to have greater confidence that they can improve their lives AND in the certainty of Jesus' love for them and their care!

Benefits of the Program
Education Health Spiritual
At Rey Sabio Salomon Christian School, students are educated by the standards mandated by the Ecuadorian government, while experiencing God’s love through the staff and educators and hearing His Word incorporated throughout their daily lessons. Students of all backgrounds and faiths are welcome at our Christian schools. The students also have English, technology, and discipleship classes, and health care from visiting teams. Our goal is that every student leaves Rey Sabio Salomon Christian School realizing their full potential educationally, while embracing God’s Word personally!

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