The world is changing before our eyes by becoming more and more digital. Truly, it is becoming apparent that the only thing remaining the same are Doctrines of the Bible and that Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth, and the Light.

Education is also changing. With brain-based research and the invention and use of new tools, the way our students learn is changing rapidly as parents and schools prepare children for the future, a future that is more and more uncertain. Schools must continue to do what they can to prepare students for jobs that haven’t been created yet.

We have prepared for this new way of learning and thinking. We are excited about all the possibilities this presents for our students. We also relish the bold new step Shoreland will begin with the education of God’s lambs. God has uniquely positioned us to lead on a new education front. Come join us and see what it looks like.

Contact the Director of Technology or the Principal for additional information.

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Olivia Mooney

Olivia graduated from our trades program in 2020, one of the first women to do so. But she had always been encouraged by the Skilled Trades Academy teachers and her parents to pursue her career. In particular, Olivia says Shoreland’s Mathematics Teacher Jason Hagedorn, Business Teacher Scott Zondag and Dean of Students Paul Strutz worked tirelessly to be sure that their students understood the concept or work they were presenting until everyone in the class mastered the task. Read her story