What if your child didn’t have to choose between academics and STEM education?
What if your child could be prepared for college while earning an industry certification that would allow them to immediately enter the workforce?
At Rocky, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics are integrated into your student’s day.
In K3-5th grades, we build a solid foundation for success in both academics and STEM learning.
FIRST Lego League’s Discover program ignites young student’s natural curiosity and builds their habits of learning with hands-on activities using Lego Duplos.
Students in 1st grade also begin to learn to type through an animated and engaging program.
FIRST Lego League’s Explore program focuses on the fundamentals of engineering as students explore real-world problems, learn to design and code, and create unique solutions.
Students in 2nd and 3rd grades will continue to improve their typing skills.
Students in 4th grade will be introduced to Microsoft Word.
Choose your elective! Choir, Band, Art, FIRST Lego League Challenge*
Learn Microsoft Excel & PowerPoint
*Lego League Challenge engages students in research, problem-solving, coding, and engineering – building and programming a LEGO robot that navigates the mission of a robot game.
It is all about exposure to the industries!
Introduction to Aviation
Computer Science Discoveries
9 Engineered Wonders of the World
Industry certifications open up a world of possibilities!
Part 107 Certification
Other Certifications in IT, Construction, and Manufacturing coming soon!
Rocky Bayou Christian School is a K-3 through 12th grade college preparatory Christian school with campuses in Niceville and Crestview offering traditional, special services, online academy and homeschool programs. RBCS is accredited through the Florida Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (FACCS) and is committed to equipping generations to use their God-given abilities as Champions for Christ. RBCS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in any of its programs.