We offer both PreK3 and PreK4 programs to help children grow and learn to their fullest potential. Our low student to teacher ratios allows teachers to plan learning activities that best meet the needs of each child. Children are active participants in the classroom and are allowed and encouraged to make choices in their daily activities. Each class is customized to meet children at their current social and academic levels and to help them develop important skills for Kindergarten-readiness all while having a fun, positive introduction to school.
Children must be three years old by October 1 and fully potty-trained to enroll in the PreK3 program. Teachers plan learning activities that best meet the needs of each child. Children grow and learn from teacher-planned activities and centers. Teachers will engage students in lessons that infuse math skills, number and letter recognition, letter sounds, and pre-literacy skills. Children will be busy having fun and discovering all that they can do through active learning with musical instruments, block construction, role play, painting, pencils, scissors and more! We have sensory tables filled with water, sand, and other surprises where students can experiment with the properties and behaviors of different materials. Each child will develop friendships, begin to work with others to problem-solve, continue to learn Christian character development themes, and grow at his or her own pace while being encouraged by loving teachers.
Children must be four years old by October 1 and fully potty-trained to enroll in the PreK4 program. Further developing skills children have gained in the previous preschool year, children in this pre-kindergarten program are exposed to beginning literacy, print writing, and math skills that will help them excel as they enter Kindergarten the following year. Students are encouraged to be creative thinkers, problem-solvers, and communicators working in theme-based centers that provide a fun atmosphere of student choice and student directed learning. Centers allow each child to learn and discover at his or her own pace while “playing”. Teachers also introduce more focused periods of learning during small group and individual instruction that is customized to help each student grow to his or her fullest potential. Students continue to learn about God’s love through Bible accounts, songs, and hands-on