Courses

Korean Foundation School

Korean
Foundation
School

For children of DTS students
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About the Course

The Korean Foundation School is a Discipleship Training School (DTS) for the children of students at the University of the Nations (UofN) in Kona. Children will experience new culture and languages and will be prepared for the mission through various classes, community service, and field trips.

Program Information

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Dates

Arrival Day

Departure Date

Cost

Training Phase

Outreach Phase

Details

School Leader

Email

Language

Prerequisite

Mark and Christine Han
Korean
Mandatory to have a nanny for the children under 4.
What happens in this course?

The program includes subjects such as English as a Second Language, Science, History, Art, P.E., Music, and so on.

Course Content

A spiritual and cultural education for your children.

Education models found here may not be the same as they are in Korea. Mathematics is a self-study subject so we recommend families bring math textbooks for their children to study.

It is our desire to develop the family as a missionary team. During the time spent in classes and living here on campus, parents and children grow spiritually and families are strengthened and encouraged to bond as a unit that can effectively minister to one another.

Application Process

How to enroll your children

Complete the application forms (and 2 reference forms for children 12 years and older). Please be certain to meet all requirements exactly. Your child must have a Tuberculosis (TB) clearance completed within one year of anticipated enrollment. This is a requirement of the State of Hawaii.

We suggest you bring an international immunization card or record of your child’s immunizations properly verified with signature, date, etc. in addition to the completed Health Form. This card may prove useful on outreaches and other international travel.

PRESCHOOL/KINDERGARTEN (4 – 6 years old)
Preschool/Kindergarten children need to be 4 years old by the beginning of the quarter you are planning to attend. Children who are not toilet/potty-trained will not be admitted.

Classes are separated into four age groups.

Pre-school: age 4-5

Primary: age 6-8

Intermediate: age 9-11

Jr./Sr. High: age 12-17

 

Download these Foundation School application forms:

Students aged 7-17

Students aged 4-6

Health form

Reference Form

GRADES 1–12

Discipleship

7–17 Years old

We present a blend of discipleship training materials and academics. We do not continue with the regular school subjects from the point at which each student left off prior to coming here.

Curriculum

We have developed and use our own curriculum for English, Science, History and Geography. You may bring your own Math books or use the ones we provide. We recommend that teens bring their own Math curriculum with them.

Surrender

Pray as a family and if you feel that this is God’s will at this time, be willing to lay down your children’s “regular” academic program for 3 to 5 months, just as you are laying down your own responsibilities for a season. (Please believe that as the child(ren), “Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, all these things [including academic knowledge], will be added unto them.”

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Vaccination disclaimer

In accordance with State Law, all students and student children must present proof of age appropriate vaccinations in order to attend any program at the University of the Nations—YWAM Kona. Please click here for the vaccination requirements.

Accreditation disclaimer

THE UNIVERSITY OF THE NATIONS IS NOT ACCREDITED BY AN ACCREDITING AGENCY RECOGNIZED BY THE UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF EDUCATION.  Admission to the University of the Nations (U of N) and any of its sponsored programs is open to qualified individuals regardless of race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, and educationally unrelated handicaps. U of N reserves the right to change schedules and course offerings as deemed necessary.