Branson R-IV School District is focused on being a community committed to learning. The educational goals for Branson Schools have four categories of goals that are intertwined; no one goal stands apart from the rest. The first of these goals is intellectual development. The board of education believes that each individual should become proficient in communication, quantitative thinking, social processes, scientific understanding, decision making and aesthetic appreciation. The second goal is physical development. It is the goal of the district that each individual will have the opportunity to develop knowledge, understanding and/or skills in the process of physical growth and maturation, health and recreation to the extent of developmental ability. The third goal is social development. The district believes each individual should have the opportunity to develop social skills related to their physical and social environment, cultural awareness, governmental institutions, avocational pursuits, and concept of self. The fourth and last goal of the Branson school district is career development. The district’s goal is that each individual be provided systematic and sequential activities related to social significance of work, occupational exploration, occupational preparation and adult occupational education.
Forsyth School’s primary mission is to provide an equal opportunity for quality instruction and a secure learning atmosphere that enhances a positive attitude with special emphasis on learning self-respect and responsibility for one’s actions. Forsyth schools believe that educating a child is a joint responsibility of the school, the parent and the community. The Forsyth R-III School District is located in Forsyth, MO and includes 3 schools that serve over 1,000 students in grades KG through 12.
Hollister schools are a school district with an unrelenting focus on learning. By establishing meaningful relationships, faculty/staff will engage students in the learning process using a variety of instructional means, providing for all students the opportunity to be successful. They also believe all students will succeed, as success is their only option. The Hollister R-V School District includes 5 schools that serve over 1,300 students in grades PK through 12.
The mission statement for Kirbyville public schools is “the students of Kirbyville School District will acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes through progressive, quality education, to be self-respecting, self-sufficient, contributing citizens the rapidly changing world in which they live”. The Kirbyville R -VI School Foundation seeks to provide support to Kirbyville Schools for the enrichment of rural education opportunities by fund raising and charitable giving by the community, friends, alumni, businesses and organizations. Kirbyville offers education from preschool through middle school.
It is the mission of Reeds Spring school district to provide comprehensive educational experiences that will enable all students to become life-long learners and productive, informed citizens. Reeds Spring strives for excellence in student performance. Reeds Spring school district has five building serving everything from preschool through 12th grade. They also house Gibson Technical Center and New Horizons Alternative School. Reeds Spring also serves students from five varying communities: Reeds Spring, Branson West, Kimberling City, Indian Point, and Cape Fair.
Trinity Christian Academy is a non-denominational college preparatory school carrying dual accreditation as well as membership in the ORU educational fellowship. Trinity is dually accredited Advanced Ed AKA the North Central Association (NCA) and the International Christian Accrediting Association (ICAA), and is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). Their mission is the glorify God by providing a Christ-centered education, by influencing each for salvation in Christ, by instructing in values for Godly living, and by providing a program of academic excellence. Trinity Christian Academy educated infants through high school seniors in a Christian environment.