The character-building effect of this extraordinary educational strategy, with its values-based, individualized, academic excellence, presents the answer to the global crisis in education. Utilizing this concept of individualized learning, students don’t just get by-they get ahead!

Leadership training for educators in the distinctive of the School of Tomorrow curriculum and program is provided. In addition, educators are updated annually through seminars and conventions. The training focuses on wisdom, the chief distinctive of the curriculum. A worldwide ministry representative team of professional educators currently services over 7,300 schools and thousands of home educators in 131 countries.

School of Tomorrow is a primary and secondary academic program that combines the traditional one-room school with completely individualized, diagnostically prescribed high tech learning. S.O.T. gives you the most advanced twenty-first century educational system available.

The PACE Test objectively measures a student’s mastery of the material.

Since 1970, PACEs have proven to be effective tools for goal setting and achieving academic excellence.

1. Bible-Based Instruction
2. Academic Excellence
3. Individualized Instruction
4. Mastery-Based Learning
5. Diagnostic Testing
6. Values Formation
7. Computer Enhanced Learning
8. Reasoning Skills
9. Character Building
10. Development of critical thinking skills



School of Tomorrow® has taken the conventional textbook and divided it into bite-sized, achievable, work texts called PACEs (Packets of Accelerated Christian Education). Each PACE is more or less equivalent to a unit in a textbook. Each level consists of 12 PACEs per subject.

PACEs integrate character-building lessons into the academic content and is carefully designed to develop thinking skills and provide for mastery learning.

Full colour explanations and illustrations add excitement to each lesson, and innovative learning activities reinforce the interesting text material.

Each PACE contains Checkups which are mini-tests covering a section of the PACE.If mastery in an area was not achieved, the Checkup will reveal that weak area. Students can then take time to review and learn those concepts. Upon completion of the activities and Checkups, students prepare to take the Self Test, a practice test. Here students evaluate themselves to determine readiness for the PACE Test. When the Self Test is successfully completed, the student hands in the PACE and takes the PACE test the next school morning.