Students use both A Beka and Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) curriculum. Learning is designed to progress students from concrete to abstract reasoning skills. The emphasis of learning is on mastery learning, critical thinking, conceptualization, cognitive reasoning, and life principles from a Christian perspective.
Character traits – such as honesty, kindness, and loyalty – are taught within subject content. Testing includes memorization of Bible verses. Students attend chapel weekly and participate in music, art, drama, and PE. This well-rounded curriculum strengthens academic instruction with life skills, Bible truths, Christian character, and discipline in study skills and behavior.
Students participate in the South Carolina Junior Convention held each spring. At Convention, students compete against other ACE schools and students from around the state. Areas of competition include academics, art, music, sports, and drama. At the 2010 convention Riverpointe students placed first in music, art, drama, and sports.