222-2 ShinaeRi, Yangpyung-Up, Yangpyung-Kun, Kyunggi, Korea 476-803 Off. tel.

: (031) 773-5665; web site: www.anca.co.kr

All Nations Christian Academy

Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Preschool and Kindergarten for children 5 to 7 years of age. Hours: 9:30 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. (We have two separate entities—one in Korean language and the other in English language) International School for elementary grades 1-3 and 5 Hours: 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Leadership School for elementary school children Hours: 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. ESL Phonics, grammar, and conversation classes for elementary and middle school children and adults Afternoons and evenings

Mission Statement
ANCA’s mission is to train Christian leaders for the 21st century by developing students holistically, that is, spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, socially, and physically as Jesus Christ developed (Lu 2:52). ANCA especially emphasizes providing a curriculum and staff who implement this goal so we can raise up faithful disciples for Christ. We seek to address and correct current weakness of Korean public schools due to unstable and antiquated educational policies. By providing a Christian curriculum and teachers, students will experience the true meaning and purpose of education, which is for the glory of God and the true humanity of the child. This involves inculcating a Scriptural philosophy and practice of education in every field of learning, so as 1. To develop a vital relationship with God that will enable the child to establish proper relationships with others. 2. To meet the current demands of the church and society worldwide, we educate in English so as to give the child a world vision and cross cultural skills. 3. To discover and develop the unique talents and interests of each child so that the education is tailored to the child’s particular needs and abilities. 4. To ultimately equip and motivate students to live for the glory of God and the extension of His kingdom worldwide. ■ Educational Purposes -Leaders in all areas of the church and society -Leaders with a global perspective through a unique educational program

Maintaining a High Quality Education In order to maintain a high quality Christian education, ANCA focuses on developing excellent curricula and teachers. All our teachers are native speakers of English. All parents and their children should agree with ANCA’s goals.

Preschool and Kindergarten: The Super Kids!

Mission and Teaching Philosophy Mission Statement: “Know Him and make Him known”
In preschool our overarching goal is for the Super Kids to know Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior. We believe that education is multifaceted. There are various teaching methods to match a variety of learning styles. But in this, the foundation of learning is rooted in Christ. Another goal is to prepare children to enter a first grade American English program. Academics are imperative, yes, however feeding a child’s spirit first is vital because the spirit is the most important entity of a child. The spirit of a person will live forever. The Bible tells us in 2 Corinthians 4:18 to “consider and look not to the things that are seen but to the things that are unseen; for the things that are visible are temporal, but the things that are invisible are deathless and everlasting.” Christian education is the foundation of our preschool curriculum because all forms of knowledge and academics are based on a biblical groundwork. “Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path.” – Psalms 119:105

Curriculum Objectives
Language Arts • • • • • • Science • • • • • God’s Plan for Seeds (Plants) God’s Plan for Animals God’s Plan for Seashore Health and human biology- God’s plan for me Earth and Space- God’s plan for weather and seasons Recognition of name, sound and picture of long and short vowels and consonants Beginning phonics rules and special sounds Reading of simple sentences and stories containing one to two-vowel words Recognition of sentences by the capital letters and periods Thirteen poems committed to memory Knowledge of author, illustrator, and title

Arithmetic • • • • • • • Number recognition, counting, and writing 1-100 Number sequencing Value of coins and bills (Won and Dollars) Using the calendar Addition facts through ten One-step story problems in addition Beginning subtraction

Social Studies • • • Bible • • Memory verses Creation, Noah, Life of Christ, Good Samaritan, Salvation Series Community helpers Children of the world Korea: The Great Country (map studies, famous Koreans and places)

International School
"Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it." Proverbs 22:6 The International School provides elementary school children a viable alternative to the public school. Children
of Korean Christians, pastors, and missionaries study together in a multilingual Christian environment so as to learn how to overcome the challenges of today’s world, strive for excellence in all areas of life, and transform society as disciples of Christ (Colossians 2:6-10; 1 Chronicles 12:32). Currently Bob Jones University’s Christian school materials are the main curriculum resources.

Purposes
1. Missionaries especially struggle with the education of their children because Korea lacks sufficient schools for missionaries’ and pastors’ children. ANCA meets this critical need. 2. Many Christian parents prefer that their children attend an international Christian school so they can learn English and the Christian worldview.

Curriculum
We have two programs. 1. The Rapid English Acquisition program prepares students to study in the English medium (Not yet functioning). 2. The Kindergarten and Elementary programs are regular English day schools. We use American Christian school curriculum and tailor the instruction to meet each student’s educational needs. Daily Bible classes are required for all students.

Leadership School
Teaching children to see the world through the eyes and heart of Christ. Meeting Monday through Friday from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m., this after school Christian program in English is for elementary age students. Students are tested and assigned to four classes according to their English ability. Each class studies Language Arts, Bible, Science, and Art Education. The teachers are well-trained American speakers of English.

Leadership School 1 Year Program
Speaking & Writing Class A and Class B
Step Up 1~6 Learning simple English sentences to communicate with others and making sentences

Phonics & Reading
Learning the sound of letters and practicing reading words to understand English

Bible Truth & Song Time
Learning Bible stories and simple songs to improve speaking and listening skills

Art & Drama
Improving listening skills and emotional expression for character building

Language Arts Class C
Grade 1 Alpha & Omega Learning basic sentences, grammar, phonics & reading sentences Grade 2 Alpha & Omega Learning basic grammar, phonics & writing

Science
Grade 1 Alpha & Omega Basic science terms and scientific facts Grade 2 Alpha & Omega Learning more science terms and facts

Bible
Grade 1 Alpha & Omega About Bible, Jesus, and Bible characters Grade 2 Alpha & Omega About Bible, Jesus, and Bible characters

Art & Drama
Improving children’s listening skills and emotional expression for character building

Class D

1. Alpha & Omega: We finish each unit in six weeks, so we can cover each grade’s books (total 10 books) in a year. 2. Step Up 1~6: We finish each book in 3 months. So we can cover 1~4 books in a year. 3. Activity Day: Once every two weeks on Wednesdays. Bus service is provided for all programs

ANCA Staff and Teachers
Joseph In (General Director) - B.A. in Social Welfare at Seoul National University; B.A. in English Ed. at Chongshin University; B.Th. at Asian Center for Theological Studies & Mission (ACTS); M.Ed. in English Ed. at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. insejin@hotmail.com

In, You-Jin (Chaplain) - Rev., B.Th. at Asian Center for Theological Studies & Mission (ACTS); M.Div. at Chongshin Theological Seminary; Th.M. at ACTS; Ph.D. at ACTS; Pastor of All Nations Community Church. insuyon@hotmail.com Ruth Eshenaur – (International Affairs Director) - B.A. in English and Social Studies at Marshall University; B.Th in Bible and Theology at Detroit Bible College; M.A. in Journalism at Syracuse University; Ph.D in Journalism at Southern Illinois University. Missionary in Africa and Asia for 32 years. reshenaur@hotmail.com

Robert Fee. B.Sci. Mass. College of Pharmacy, Boston, Mass. Experienced caretaker of abused and neglected children.

Petra Graham. B.S. in Elementary Ed., Pensacola Christian College, Florida; B.A. in History, Algoma Univ., Ontario, Canada. Teaching Internship, Pensacola Christian Academy

Laura Heller. B.A. and M.A. at Moody Bible Institute in Urban Studies and Ministry; extensive cross cultural experience and exposure; public school teacher; significant experience working with youth in academic and spiritual settings

Anna Young-Joo Lee. B.Sci. in Eng. Linguistics and Eng. Education, Hankuk Univ. of Foreign Studies; B.Sci. in Fashion Merchandising, Kent State Univ., Ohio; M.Sci. in Textile Design, Philadelphia Textile College, U.S.A. Experienced Eng. Teacher and Translator in ’88 Seoul Olympics for CBS News, etc.

Jeff Wingfield. B.A. in General Studies (Early Child Development, Psy., Counseling, Bible), Briercrest Bible College, Canada; S. Calif. Bible College, Fall Semester; San Diego, Calif.; Carl Sandburg ANCA Teachers College, Illinois, Music, Psychology, One Semester; 100-Hour TESL Certification, Red Cross CPR, Licensed jail minister. Rebecca Coppenrath: B.A. in Psychology at Azusa Pacific University, Calif., U.S.A. Sarah Pyon Wilson. B.Sci. in General Studies/Education, Univ. of Southern Calif.; Crisis Counselor Certification; ESL Instructor; Experienced youth worker. Korean and English bilingualist. Claude Newsome: B.A. in Biblical Studies, Christian Education at Mississippi College, U.S.A.

Note: Teachers in the Korean Kindergarten are not shown.
Khia Paige: B.S. in Counseling & M.A. in Early Childhood Education at Southwestern Assemblies of God Univ.; ASCI Certified Elementary Teacher.

Board of Directors

Mr. In, Se-Jin, ANCA General Director; former missionary to Mongolia Rev. In, You-Jin, pastor All Nations Community Church; formerly dormitory supervisor at the Asian Center for Theological Studies and Mission for 13 years Jonathan Skolrood: Georgia Institute Dr. Ruth Eshenaur, ANCA International Relations Coordinator; missionary in Africa andof Technology. B.Sci. in Aerospace Asia 32 years Dr. Chang, Seung-Ge, Dentist; missionary with a medical mission team Engineering, U.S.A. Ms. LaRoyce Kincaid, Instructor in University of California ESL program. ESL curriculum development director for ANCA

Supporters, Advisors
Dr. Wesley Wentworth, Advisor. IVF Consultant

Lisa Thao: B.S. in Missions, Toccoa Falls College, U.S.A.; TEFL Certification from Bridgelinguatec.

Jodie Varghese: Univ. of Texas A&M. B.Sci. in Interdisciplinary Studies, Early Childhood, U.S.A.

Ms. Sally Scoggin, Associate ESL Professor at Santa Ana College for 30 years; ANCA Curriculum Development adviser
Mr. Michael Blaise, e-mail: blais_m_a@yahoo.com; B.Sc. Summa Cum Laude in Cross Cultural Ministries, North Central Univ., Minneapolis; TEFL Hamline Univ., St. Paul, Minn.; M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction, Columbia International University, S. Carolina; Professional Educator’s Certificate, Assoc. of Christian Schools International Ms Ruth Baek, Director of M.K. (Missionary Kids) Nest and former principal of Handong Global Academy

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Montgomery, Leadership Trainers

Contacts
General Director: Mr. In, Sejin (Joseph), email: insejin@hotmail.com; cell: 011-904-90660; Off: (031) 773-5665; Hm.: (031) 775-1753 Administrator: Mrs. Lee, Hae-Sook (Becky): insuyon@hanmail.com; Off.: (031) 773-5665; Cell: 010-6349-4724

As part of Educational Ministries Serving All Nations, All Nations Community Church is led by Rev. In, You-Jin and meets in ANCA’s building. It offers the following services: Sunday: English Worship (adults) Korean Worship (adults) English Worship (children) Sunday School Monday through Friday morning prayer meetings Wednesday night prayer meeting Weekday Group Bible Studies Prayer and financial support for missionaries and ministries in China, India, etc. The church and school offer summer and winter camps, intensive ESL programs, VBS, and other special programs. Bank Accounts: International Account: KOREA BANK: SHIFT CODE: CZNBKRSE, ACCT. #220468-05-100040; BANK OF KOREA (KOONMIN) ACCT.: 220401-04-020920