The early childhood curriculum is developmentally appropriate and involves hands-on activities. Special attention is given to language acquisition including reading, writing and speaking skills. Math lessons include hands-on portions to allow the students to manipulate objects to develop number sense. Science is an inquiry-based program designed to allow the students to experience the concepts in which they are learning. Early childhood students are exposed to Spanish as a second language during their auxiliary period.
The Pre-K class is a full day of developmentally appropriate practices that take into account children’s individual needs and level of development. Our teachers are certified and experienced in early childhood education. Our goal is to create an educational environment in which students actively participate and become life-long learners.
Transitional Kindergarten (TK)
The TK class is a full day of developmentally appropriate academics coupled with time for play and exploration. Our TK curriculum is developed within the state and NAEYC (National Association for the Education of the Young Child) guidelines and standards using developmentally appropriate practices and taking into account children’s individual needs and level of development. Children in TK will work at a modified pace which provides more one-on-one instruction time and lower ratios of students to teachers.
Kindergarten is a full day program structured around current early childhood research. Lessons are student-centered and developmentally appropriate. Language acquisition, spiritual growth and social development are vital areas of concentration. Each day is composed of lessons in the areas of Bible, reading, writing, math, science and social studies as well as center activities to encourage discovery through play.