Intermountain Adventist Academy places high value on structuring its academic programs so that everyone can be successful. Many different components make that possible. Small groups, multi-grade setting, online learning, and individual tutoring are all possibilities at our school. We offer a challenging curriculum that can and is altered to meet the needs of varying students.
IAA believes that making strong leaders is essential to the future of the church and our country. Leadership skills are developed through peer-to-peer learning/tutoring in the classroom and opportunities to lead out in school and church programs.
Because of our strong belief that Christ expects us to care for each other, we place a strong emphasis on teaching students to serve one another and the world around them. We encourage them to look for opportunities to be servant-leaders in the classroom and community.
One of our main goals is to prepare students for the future in Heaven. We provide many opportunities for growth that are woven into our daily schedule. Some of these include daily classroom worships, a weekly whole-school chapel program, Bible class as part of the curriculum, Week-of-Prayer, and opportunities for witnessing.