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Program Description

We recognize that curriculum is more than what appears in manuals or a series of activities. We believe curriculum is everything that happens in the classroom, from interactions and meals to singing and playing. We never miss an opportunity to educate.

Infant Classroom

Our infant classroom provide personal, warm and loving care in a colorful, stimulating, clean, and healthy environment. Because every infant has a unique routine for eating, sleeping, and playing, parents and caregivers establish a personalized plan that is continually updated to meet individual needs. Growth and developmental milestones are shared with parents and recorded on a daily basis.


Each child has a personal crib, providing a sense of familiarity and comfort. Caregivers model social language skills such as “please,” “thank you,” and “good job” so infants become familiar with language and sound. They expand on each experience at school using rich vocabulary, strong connections, and consistent care.

Toddler 1 Yr Classroom

The toddler curriculum is based on the belief that children learn best through active and engaging sensory experiences. Walking, climbing, and exploring are some of the activities toddlers enjoy each day. We focus on a toddler’s growth, self-esteem, and natural curiosity. We encourage children to develop unique skills, interests, and strengths. We also encourage children to explore and discover while supporting their growing independence.


A predictable yet responsive daily schedule meets the needs of children with both structure and flexibility. By continually listening, talking, and describing actions to our toddlers, we help enhance vocabulary, expand expressive language skills, develop self-esteem, and increase awareness.

Toddler 2 Yr Classroom

Our program is designed to allow two-year-olds to learn through play while encouraging individual interests. By promoting independence and developing an emerging awareness of social behavior, we help young learners expand their world beyond the home to the school community. Teachers support growing independence by providing opportunities for classroom jobs: putting things away,  washing hands, and choosing materials and activities during center time. Many opportunities are provided to increase a child’s ability to communicate by developing active listening and expressive language skills.


Throughout the day children make self-directed, but carefully guided choices, participate in small groups, take part in circle time, and build the confidence needed to try new things. Teachers facilitate opportunities for children to engage in reading, writing, listening, and speaking using finger plays, singing, and rhyming.

Pre-K3 Classroom

Three-year-olds are full of wonder. This is an exciting time for these young learners, who are changing physically, cognitively, socially, and emotionally. Days are filled with busy explorations, investigations, and discoveries. Children express themselves through art, music, and movement. They practice math and number concepts using age-appropriate materials to organize, sort, count, build, and sequence. They explore the world of science through weather, cooking, and seasonal activities. They develop motor skills and coordination while running, jumping, hopping, skipping, throwing, and catching on the playground and during music and movement. They demonstrate an emerging love of reading and writing, using growing literacy skills during read-alouds, shared readings, reading groups, and writing centers.


A print-rich environment and a love of reading are fostered to allow the children to practice literacy skills in real-life situations. Our children begin to develop a rich vocabulary and use language on a daily basis through informal conversations with their teachers.

Pre-K4 Classroom

The pre-k curriculum is designed to encourage four-year-olds to be imaginative, energetic, inquiry-based learners who explore the classroom environment with curiosity and purpose. Preschoolers are eager to learn, and school activities are designed to involve and engage these young students with interesting lessons and materials. Our teachers plan lessons in math, literacy, science, social studies, art, music, and movement to thoroughly prepare children for a smooth transition to kindergarten with a rich, robust learning foundation.


Students make independent choices in a child-centered learning environment, following well-established structures and routines to guide them. Opportunities for hands-on learning are presented daily, allowing students to grow . Students engage in conversations with teachers and friends daily, learning to take turns, listen, and share.


Print-rich classrooms enable students to be immersed in literacy acquisition, developing letter and word recognition. Test prep activities are embedded in the curriculum to prepare our pre-k4 students to take the pre-admission exams to public & private school kindergarten programs. Our Pre-K4 students participates in the STAR Literacy Assessment three times per school year.


A-BEKA Bible curriculum focuses on Bible stories from creation to the ascension. Through these stories we emphasize character traits. We strive to instill in the children character traits that are basic to a Christian life.

Language Arts

Pre-Reading/ Phonemic Awareness

The A-BEKA curriculum has a strong phonetic approach to teach language arts. Children add to their foundation of recognizing letter names and sounds by decoding simple words and developing a sight vocabulary. These skills allow children to progress to reading sentences. Comprehension is a key reading skill at every grade level. Reading comprehension strategies are taught. Through incorporating Readers students deepen their understanding of text by making connections, visualizing, and asking questions. Additionally, through narration the student’s listening comprehension is developed.


Students are taught cursive writing.


A-BEKA provides the basis for the math program. The lessons offer the children “hands-on” activities. These activities are often linked thematically in the classroom. The goal of our curriculum is to develop understanding and insight related to the patterns in mathematics through the use of concrete materials. The activities are designed to help young children see relationships and interconnections in mathematics and to enable them to deal flexibly with mathematical ideas and concepts.

Social Studies and Science

In the Social Studies and Science curriculum, we are developing an awareness of who we are. This is accomplished by examining our relationship to Christ, family and our school. We also study our community and those who serve us. We encourage responsibility in the classroom, at home and in our community. In accordance with this, we look for opportunities to participate in service projects in our community. We also explore and investigate living things and their habitats, including specific plants, insects, and animals.

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