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Welcome to the school year 2023-2024.  We are ready to get this new year started!  

We provide a Christ-centered education, and at the same time, providing academic, social, emotional, and spiritual help to our students.  

Not only are academics important, but basic life skills take a high priority in our curriculum.  We offer opportunities for students to help run a business.  Financial planning classes are offered to help students with basic and more advanced financial concepts.  We are exctied to offer 3-D printing and other technology resources.  Our students are also offered a variety of opportunities to interact with community businesses through fundraising and class projects.  

Independence Bible School takes pride in being state accredited by the state of Kansas.  State accreditation is a process that provides official recognition of the school as having met a defined set of standards. Current accreditation regulations in Kansas are based on a school district accreditation model called Kansas Education Systems Accreditation (KESA), which was approved in 2016.

Kansans are demanding higher standards in academic skills, as well as employability and citizenship skills, and the need to move away from a “one-size-fits-all” system that relies exclusively on state assessments. This new vision for education calls for a more student-focused system that provides support and resources for individual success and will require everyone to work together to make it a reality. Through KESA schools are to focus on results and process to improve student learning.

Thank you for trusting Independence Bible School with your child's education.  It is a job we take seriously and look forward to working with you. 


I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you with my loving eye on you.    Psalm 32:8

A SUCCESSFUL KANSAS HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE has the  academic preparation, cognitive preparation, technical skills, employability skills, and civic engagement to be successful in postsecondary education, in the attainment of an industry recognized certification, or in the workforce without the need for remediation.”
Adopted by the Kansas State Board of Education, January 2016

Math and Reading Resource
Relationships:  "a state of interconnectedness among people, curricula, programs, projects, and communities--is critical in establishing connections that result in high performing learning environments." (pg. 40)
Relevance:  "the power and ability for specific information to meet the needs of its user--strengthens learner motivation and allows learning to become more engaging, empowered, connected, applicable to the real world, and socially significant."  (pg. 42)
Responsiveness: "one that readily reacts to suggestions, influences, appeals, efforts, or opportunities--empowers all stakeholders respectful of, responsible for, and involved in learning, learning process, and the learning community."  (pg. 48)
Rigor: "a relentless pursuit of that which challenges and provides opportunity to demonstrate growth and learning--is essential in addressing the needs of our rapidly expanding society and world." (pg. 44) 
Results: "witnessable evidence of growth and learning--allows curriculum and instruction to be delivered in a timely fashion based on the needs and desires of the individual learning. Informative and summative assessments, coupled with effective teaching practices, can provide the information necessary to fuel teaching  and empower learning."  (pg. 46) 
KSDE 2010 
Kansas Education Systems Accreditation System
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