American Fork Campus
Now Enrolling Middle & High School Students for Fall 2019
Belmont upholds traditional Christian virtues. In today’s conflicted world we affirm that unwavering love, unchanging truth, and self-directed action lead to our greatest peace and happiness.
As members of various churches we are united by a shared commitment to our Savior, Jesus Christ.
The purpose of Classical education is to develop wise and virtuous leaders and doers in a free society. Belmont joins Classical educators across the country in restoring the pursuit of truth, beauty, and goodness in every subject—from the arts to artificial intelligence.
The Belmont curriculum includes the Classical Core, plus optional advanced studies in math, the sciences, engineering, and technology.
We cherish our independence—as students, as families, and as a school. Belmont students grow in their love of liberty and self-government, and study the principles and means of passing freedom to the next generation.
To preserve Belmont’s operational and educational independence in perpetuity, we avoid debt and accept no state or Federal funding.