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UBICA utilizes several curriculums, including but not limited to Abeka, Apologia, Alpha and Omega, and Accelerated Christian Education® curriculum. For parents unfamiliar with Accelerated Christian Education, it is a self paced curriculum designed to help any student achieve their academic goals.
From its beginning, Accelerated Christian Education® has maintained high Biblical and academic standards and remained committed to setting children on a path for success. The goal is the same today: to prepare children for the world today and give them the academic and spiritual tools necessary to achieve their God-given potential.
UBIC Academy is a member of the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) and the Sunshine Christian League (SCL). The SCL is a league of small Christian schools similar to UBICA. Being members of the FHSAA and the SCL allows us to be competitive and play teams representing our core values and beliefs. We believe that sports can be a very productive tool and vital in teaching students how to work together and teaching them what it means to be a part of something bigger than themselves. We use athletics as something fun and a way to teach them spiritual disciplines that will carry on into their adult lives.
We believe in instilling in our students the character traits of Christ. Each student will be required to take Bible classes, memorize weekly/monthly scripture verses, attend daily chapel services, and are encouraged to work in a number of service projects to help them realize the joy and fulfillment that comes from being a servant.
Section 1006.061(1), Pursuant Section 1006.061(1) of Florida Statutes, all employees and agents of the district school board, charter school or private school have an affirmative duty to report all actual or suspected cases of child abuse, abandonment, or neglect.
Section 1006.061(2), Florida Statutes, requires each district school, charter school and private school that accepts scholarship students to post at the school site and on the schools’ internet site (if available) the policies and procedures for reporting alleged misconduct by instructional personnel or school administrators which affects the health, safety or welfare of a student.