Daily life at MHA reflects one of fellowship, community and collaboration. We’ve created a flexible space for dedication, exploration, learning, and play. As a tight knit community of mixed-age learners, we seek to mentor, support, and collaborate with each other daily. Our environment fosters a culture of respect and character development within each learner, and every aspect of our learning is from a Christian Worldview. We’re focused on teaching educational core foundations and leave social constructs to be discussed at home.

We have replaced external motivators like high-pressure test scores and grades with an intrinsic growth mindset. Our hope is that our learners will have fun while they’re learning, sparking a desire to be a life-long learner.

We are so grateful to live in Summit County where people gravitate towards the outdoors naturally. We try to take advantage of the beauty and adventure around us, offering our learners plenty of time to explore and play outside, in addition to our dedicated adventure program TREK.


While we’ll have a regular routine, every day will be different based off our distinct offerings and rotation of subjects,
including Christian studies. Learners have the flexibility to move about and learn wherever and however they are most comfortable.

Each Pod lives out different priorities based on their age level and goals, but a common denominator will be educating on core foundations
in literacy, math, history and science. To see examples of typical schedules for daily life, visit our Pods + Curriculum Page to learn more.


To partner with parents to place faith in God first (in our mind, body, and spirit) and to cultivate the extraordinary uniqueness God placed within each of our children through individualized experiences built in both academics and adventure.


FAITH FORWARD | Spiritual and Moral Responsibility. Creating a foundational base for a life of service and emulating Christ-like lives. Promote Growth, Not Perfection.

FAMILY AFFIRMING | Support the stability and integrity of the family. Focus on family and community relationships and providing an educational experience with more flexibility. Placing responsibility of their children’s education back into the hands of parents who want to ensure their children are educated in Core Foundations, and not social concepts.

CULTIVATE THE EXTRAORDINARY | Educate with Excellence in Core Foundations. Produce life-long learners that are critical thinkers. Cultivate their God given gifts to their fullest, and allow our learners the space and time to just be kids.

SOCIAL & CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY | Love and respecting others always and modeling Christ-like behaviors. Readiness to assume rights and responsibilities to participate in the electoral processes and our representative democracy. Emphasis on our God-given Freedoms, and protecting them at all costs.

RESPECT FOR OUR BODIES | Respect and care for your body, the place He desires as His temple. Develop lifelong skills with proper hygiene, nutrition, safety and trusting in our bodies innate ability to heal and in our immune system. TREK Adventure Club. Leadership, teamwork, and to marvel at God’s work in creating our great planet. 

Ready to give your children a Christian education focused on them?


QUEST DAYS + TREK Adventure Club
Friday's and Weekly June - August

We believe that bringing our children into nature, creating community, testing their resolve, building resilience, and gaining confidence in their abilities in nature is an essential part of childhood. Unplugging and investing in each other is more than just an adventure, it’s bringing us back to what’s important. We feel strongly that outdoor adventure and exercise will help children develop spiritually and provide an opportunity for essential childhood development to take place.