2021-2022 school year enrolling now!!

Call Chester Weaver for details / enrollment.



504 N. King, Itasca, TX 76055


To the Users of the Abiding Peace Virtual School


First of all, thank you for considering this pioneering effort of the Third Way at virtual schooling. We are learning much as we proceed one step at a time. That means we have quite a bit more to learn. For that reason we beg your patience, your forbearance, and your constructive input as we proceed. We commit ourselves to do our very best from our end. We solicit your best cooperation on your end.


Education is being disrupted because of Covid 19 for many students across the nation these days. Also, many parents across the nation are becoming aware of disturbing ideas being taught to their children without their consent. And then the mask-wearing issue…


Christian Light Education unapologetically and continually promotes God-fearing values in the midst of all the swirling confusion on the educational scene. Children must understand that the Sovereign Lord of the Universe does not change, that Christ remains an anchor to stabilize believers in the midst of social change, and that Christ is worthy of unfailing trust. Home, school, and church reinforce each other in this effort.


While the in-person educational context provides the best environment for educating children, not all parents are in a position to benefit from such opportunities. To provide parents with the next-best educational opportunity, the Abiding Peace Virtual School is being launched to provide virtual learning opportunities for those who may be interested. The Abiding Peace Virtual School is launching a pioneering effort to provide families around the world with a virtual school learning opportunity.


Because this is a pioneering effort, we are launching on a small scale. We plan to increase our offerings in the future. Please consider our offerings shown below. Abiding Peace Virtual School invites prospective students to choose any or all of the following subjects.


If in-person Christian School classes would be interested in any of the subjects offered, a school representative may contact us to work out practical details. Or if any group of people, church or youth group, age 16 or above would be interested in any of the subjects offered, a group representative may contact us. Abiding Peace Virtual School seeks to serve the Christian community as we have opportunity to do so.

2021-2022 Abiding Peace Virtual School Course Descriptions


Christian History #1 – The 2000 year story of Christianity is traced from Christ to the present, viewed from an Anabaptist perspective. The classes for this one credit course meet four days per week, with written work due for correction and discussion in each class. Three separate textbooks plus other supplemental sources provide study text and pictures for student consideration. A 2000 word term paper is an important part of this course of study. This course is most suitable for grades 10-12.

Instructor – Chester Weaver


Christian History #2 – This one half credit course covers the Christian story from Christ up to the Reformation. The students read assignments in From Resurrection to Reformation and answer study questions based on the text. Class time consists of correcting and discussing the study questions as well as considering Powerpoint pictures and additional information. This class meets two days per week throughout the entire school year. This course is most suitable for grades 9-10.

Instructor – Chester Weaver


Record Keeping – This one credit course meets each day of the school year. It uses the text and student material built around Recordkeeping for Christian Stewardship. See the CLE catalog for additional information. This course is suitable for use anywhere from grades 9 – 12.

Instructor – Chester Weaver


Algebra 1 – This one credit course uses the hardcover Algebra 1 text provided by Christian Light Education. This class meets each day during the school year.

Instructor – Chester Weaver


General Science – This one credit course is based on the Apologia textbook Exploring Creation with General Science, Second Edition. This class meets two days per week with the learning directed largely by the textbook. A lab notebook is a necessary part of the coursework. This course is suitable for grade 9 (or 10).

Instructor – Chester Weaver


11th and 12th grade Literature - 1 English credit

This class will be using the 12th grade Perspectives of Truth in Literature text.  Eleventh graders can take this class this year, and then English II will be offered next year, thus the 11th and 12th grade English curriculum will both be covered, just in reverse order. 

Instructor – Deanna Swanson


9th and 10th grade Literature - 1 English credit

This class will use the 10th grade Perspectives of Life in Literature text.  Ninth graders can take this class for credit this year and then take the English I class which will be offered next year.  Thus, the 9th and 10th grade English curricula will both be covered, just in reverse order.  

Instructor – Deanna Swanson



High School Art Elective - .5 credit

Art for Non-art Majors   While this class will include a few sketching and painting projects, a majority of the projects which we will work on in class will be historical or cultural art, or folk art which will not require advanced sketching or art skills.  Class will be held one hour a week, and students should expect to spend about an hour to an hour and a half completing the project before it is due the next week.  

Instructor – Deanna Swanson


Music Theory I – This class includes fundamental study of pitch, rhythm and tonal harmony. Beginning with notes and pitches, continuing with rhythmic elements, time signatures, key signatures, scales, intervals, chords and musical markings. A foundational course for students who want to create (sing/compose) music, or play a musical instrument in any genre. This course will be taught one day a week virtually (Zoom), with weekly assignments submitted online or completed online. One half credit. This course is suitable for grades 9 – 12. Instructor – Ryan Kimberlin


Music Appreciation - A brief introduction to the history of western music. Covers vocal and instrumental music from the Middle Ages until the present. Class, one day per week, will consist of lectures and listening exercises. This course is suitable for grades 9 – 12. One half credit.

Instructor – Ryan Kimberlin



Lock Down Computer


Each participating family/student will use a lockdown computer (safe) provided by Abiding Peace Virtual School.



Tuition - All hours are Eastern time.

(Times can be adjusted to worldwide time zones)

We are also enrolling established classrooms.  Discounted established classroom rates apply.

Contact Chester for details.


Literature II – One credit – Meets Monday through Thursday at 6:00 AM   -  $720 ($90/mo)


Literature I – One credit – Meets Monday through Thursday at 7:00 AM  - $720 ($90/mo)


Christian History – One credit - Meets Monday through Thursday at 1:00 PM  - $720 ($90/mo)


Christian History 2 – One half credit – Meets Tuesday and Thursday at 2:00 PM  - $360 ($90/mo)


Record Keeping – One credit – Meets Monday through Friday at 10:00 AM  - $720 ($90/mo)


Algebra – One credit – Meets Monday through Friday at 8:00 AM  - $720 ($90/mo)


Apologia General Science – Meets Monday and Wednesday at 2:00 PM  - $720 ($90/mo)


Music Theory 1 – One half credit – Monday 4:00 – 5:00 PM  - $360 ($90/mo)


Music Appreciation – One half credit – Wednesday 4:00 – 5:00 PM  - $360 ($90/mo)


Art for Non-Art Majors – One half credit – Friday 11:00 AM  - - $360 ($90/mo)


Office Hours for Chester Weaver 3:00 – 5:00 PM daily (No charge)

2021-2022 school year enrolling now!!

Call Chester Weaver for details / enrollment.