The house system is a traditional feature of many British schools that still exists today throughout the British Commonwealth and has been adapted by classical Christians schools in America. Historically, a student’s “house” was also his dormitory, led by the House Master (adult dormitory supervisor), who helped organize student life and competitions with other houses throughout the school year in order to develop student leadership among peers.
At Imago Dei Academy, every aspect of school life is designed to help students grow not only academically, but spiritually as well. Our House System is designed to help facilitate our goals for all graduates and our school-wide learner outcomes through four Pillars:
• Honor & School Spirit
• Community Service