The Abeka Difference
Abeka’s proven approach to teaching helps teachers teach and students learn.
It begins with our traditional philosophy of education. This teacher-directed framework empowers teachers to focus students’ attention on the material they need to learn—in a context and sequence that will help them learn it best.
As students begin to grasp what’s being taught, newly acquired concepts and skills are fortified time and again using a method often referred to as spiral learning.
Finally, students’ growing mastery of subject matter is strengthened because of the comprehensive design of our curriculum. The material taught in one subject is reinforced in other subjects. At every step of the way, students learn, apply, and master new concepts and skills.
Since education shouldn’t end with a diploma, Abeka gives students a strong foundation for a lifetime of learning.
Our Vision: To empower Christian educators to have an impact on the world for Christ.
Our Mission: To produce Christian educational materials with academic excellence from a biblical worldview.
Because of our commitment to Christian education, BJU Press produces textbooks and materials that support Christian educators in the crucial role they play in teaching students. We shape each textbook according to our core values.
In Christian education, the Bible is discussed in Bible class and chapel—but how does it apply to other academic subjects? We shape each subject according to the lens of Scripture. Each discipline takes on new meaning when we apply the themes of Creation, Fall, and Redemption.
Find out more about our commitment to biblical worldview shaping.
Our educational materials are not just biblically faithful—they are also academically sound. Our materials use hands-on-learning, creative problem solving, and other research-proven instructional strategies to motivate students to take an active role in learning and to master age-appropriate material.
Read more about our academically rigorous textbooks.
A complete education goes beyond facts and processes, so our textbooks direct students to think for themselves. They are encouraged to use discernment and to consider their worldview in everyday situations. Our textbooks help students to develop skills in critical thinking with inductive teaching, hands-on-learning, and probing questions.
Find out more about critical thinking and its importance to Christians.