What We Offer

Our Curricula Begins with a DAILY DEVOTIONAL,

which points our students to God and brings the SPIRIT into our virtual classroom.

   We begin with a hymn or Primary song. Then, we pray in thanksgiving for our opportunities to learn and grow. Third, we ask for help with our studies and our ability to service others. Fourth, we end in the name of Jesus Christ.

We continue our day with Opening Exercises

Opening Excersises

The exercises in these videos help integrate the brain for better performance academically as well as physically. They also help reduce and manage stress and trauma. Exercises are taught individually, and then placed in routines. Students memorize the routines, and practice two of them daily: one routine as the final part of the Morning Devotional and another routine after lunch or midway through their academic day.

The Basics+



Scriptures and Words of The Modern Prophets


To Come to Know God; To Know What He
Requires of Us; and to Do It


Personal & School Service Projects
The Founders’ Bible expounds on the Biblical
origins of United States Law and Government.



Basic Skills; Literature Appreciation & Analysis


To be able to read well and comprehend what is read.
To be able to communicate well in written and oral
language, in two or more languages, and to be able
to communicate well on an interpersonal basis.


Drama; Spanish and 3rd Language Instruction



Number Sense, Arithmetic through Algebra, etc.


To be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide mentally.
To be able to carry-out all calculations necessary to
the student’s chosen walk in life.


Consumer, Business & Scientific Applications
To have an understanding of, and to have practiced
the principles of finance and wealth accumulation.



World and United States History


To understand history through the lens of the Gospel.
To be familiar with geography worldwide.
To be familiar with correct principles of
government and economics.


Music, Art, and Theater Appreciation
Survey of World Religious Beliefs
The Place and Importance of the Family in Society, and in the Church.
Personal, Family, and Church History.



General and Human Biology,
Earth and Physical Sciences


To be familiar with the laws of the natural world.


To learn laws of agronomy (growing food).
To learn and practice the laws of health.
To have an understanding of herbs and oils, and
practical everyday science and technology.


Lessons in Study & success skills

The best study practices which help to ease, accelerate, and
retain learning are taught and reviewed. Success Skills for Life
as found in the Scriptures, and “out of the best books” are
expounded upon, discussed, and ingrained through daily


Lessons in Study & success skills

The best study practices which help to ease, accelerate, and
retain learning are taught and reviewed. Success Skills for Life
as found in the Scriptures, and “out of the best books” are
expounded upon, discussed, and ingrained through daily

Your Child's Education: Secular or Godly?

In the beginning, when the Pilgrims first landed, when the Founding Fathers birthed our nation, we were a Bible-reading, Bible-believing people. For three, and well into the fourth century, the Bible was the main educational text. Thomas Jefferson, when President, was asked to be President of the Washington, D.C. school board. Being President of the country, he declined, but he did serve on the board as a regent and did outline the educational plan for the district. He chose two texts: the Bible and Watts Hymnal. The first federal education law passed by Congress, 1787, was the Northwest Ordinance. It called for public education that taught ‘religion, morality, and knowledge’. Those who came to our shores to learn the reason for our success as a nation pointed to our faith-based education.

In Joseph Smith’s time the education system had deteriorated a bit. In his inaugural address as Mayor of Nauvoo, Joseph decried what he observed as the state of education and quoted Alexander’s Messenger with which views he agreed.

“Children are so instructed as to acquire a smattering of everything, and as a matter of consequence, they
know nothing properly. ….the mind of the pupil becomes a chaos; …and like the stomach when it it over-
loaded with a variety of food, it digests nothing, but converts the superabundant nutriment to poison…
Young people are taught… to repeat lessons which they are unable to apply;… but their mental energies
are clogged and torpified…, most of which is discarded from the brain long before the possessor knows how
to use it. This is the quackery of education.’” 1

In another fifty years, the First Presidency, President Taylor, and Counselors George Q. Cannon and Joseph F. Smith, delivered the following epistle at October, 1886, General Conference.

“It is pleasing to know the increased feeling on the part of the Saints to have their children educated in
schools where the doctrines of the Gospel and the precious records which God has given us can be taught
and read. Our children should be indoctrinated with the principles of the Gospel from their earliest childhood. They should be made familiar with the Bible, the Book of Mormon, and the Doctrine and Covenants. These
should be their chief text books, and everything should be done to establish in their hearts genuine faith in God,
in His Gospel and its ordinances, and in His works. But under our common school system this is impossible….
In no direction can we invest the means God has given us to better advantage than in the training of our youth
in principles of righteousness and in laying the foundation in their hearts of that pure faith which is restored to
the earth. We would like to see schools of this character, independent of the District School system, started in
all places where it is possible.” 2
1 – Revealed Educational Principles and the Public Schools, Jack Monnett, Appendix C, p. 249
2 – Ibid. p. 247

Twenty-three years ago, Apostle Boyd. K. Packer spoke of our modern education system:

“In many places it is literally not safe physically for youngsters to go to school. And in many schools and its becoming almost generally true it is spiritually unsafe to attend public schools. Look back over the history of education to the turn of the century and the beginning of the educational philosophies pragmatism and humanism were the early ones, and they branched out into a number of other philosophies which have led us now into a circumstance where our schools are producing the problems that we face.”
(Boyd K. Packer, Charge to the David O. McKay School of Education, December 1996.)

You now have the opportunity to avoid the downhill trend.

With Ascent Advantage Academy curriculum, and help from the Academy staff, you can establish Latter-day Saint education in your home. The scriptures will be taught. True principles in History, Science and other subjects will be taught. Your child will have the opportunity to apply what he is learning to his life and present circumstances. It is now your opportunity to invest in your children’s future, and nourish them in the good word of the Restored Gospel and Restored American Faith-Based Education.

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Ascent Advantage Academy Online


First Day: September 1, 2020
Last Day: June 11, 2021

Breaks & Vacations:

Labor Day
Thanksgiving Week
Christmas – Dec 19–Jan 3.
Martin Luther King Day
Presidents’ Day
Spring Break- March 8-12
Easter – April 2-5

Class Time

Elementary Classes:
9-11 AM, Monday–Friday

Middle School & High School:
12-2 PM. Monday-Friday

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(If you have more than one child or need a partial scholarship, call (435) 773-3766
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  1. Subjects Taught:
    • Opening with Devotional & Brain Integrating Exercises,
    • Scripture Study,
    • Language Arts,
    • Mathematics,
    • Science,
    • History+
    • Closing Devotional
  2. Schools that acknowledge God score 2 to 4 Grades ahead of their public counterparts.
  3. Science has shown that the brain learns in 20-minute increments.
    • Therefore, our classes are 20 minutes long.
    • Students in our 20 minute classes out-perform those in longer classes.
  4. Work is assigned for off-line time as it is well known that repetition is required for learning.
    • Students are introduced to Knowledge Keys during online class time.
    • Students study and learn the Knowledge Keys in their offline time.
    • Students pass-off the Knowledge Keys on Fridays.
    • For information on Knowledge Keys see “Pedagogy” above
  5. Additional subjects and classes are available through the Home School Curriculum.
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