CHI’s curriculum involves traditional teaching methods, close parent or teacher supervision, and the use of audiovisual material. It is based on the Bible and what it teaches about each subject and about Christian living.

The curriculum has been developed so that a student may develop responsibility and self-discipline until he can complete most of the school day independently and present assignments to his parents and to CHI by the established deadlines.

The curriculum is designed to provide the students with lessons through audiovisual tools. Most courses are given through video lessons, in which the teachers explain the concepts, provide demonstrations, give examples, review, and conduct activities for the students. The students will have textbooks made available to them. These include explanations and illustrations for the lessons and will enable them to review, practice, and interact with the course topics.

At the end of each unit, each student must complete assessments that will help monitor the student’s progress.