Preschool Program

Our Preschool Program Focuses On Classroom Skills

Our preschool program focuses on classroom skills, self-regulation, social-emotional skills, and most importantly – their love of learning. We integrate an investigative and project-based approach to learning, which encourages students to investigate their world and think outside the box. While students will be introduced to the foundations of phonics and number sense, the program will also focus on the development of skills that will help students learn more efficiently once they enter the Pre-K classroom. Students will learn how to handle transitions between different classroom activities, communicate their needs in a healthy and constructive way, and control their impulses.

*Our preschool program is currently waitlisted at the moment.

Preschool concept art

Dramatic play is a fun and engaging way for students to take charge in child-driven play

Through This, Your Children Will Develop:

Problem Solving

Creative Thinking

Conflict Resolution

Language Development

Autonomy while using their imagination

We cover Bible verses every week, sing Bible songs, and say a prayer before each meal.

We develop an understanding of Christ’s love through weekly chapel and Bible verses, daily Bible songs and prayers. With these practices the children can learn the skills of storytelling, problem-solving, and grasp an understanding of God through His word. Our goal is to encourage a strong and loving relationship with Jesus Christ.

"Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go."
Joshua 1:9

Is my child ready to go to pre-k?

What do they need to "Pass" in order to go to pre-k?

In order to determine if your child is ready to enter Pre-K, they should have certain classroom skills (such as desk skills and focusing skills), be able to follow directions and handle transitions, and have a foundational knowledge in phonics and number sense.

What is the transition from the toddler room (age 2-3) to the preschool (age 3-4) room?

In order to transition from the toddler room to the preschool room, your child needs to be potty-trained, be able to follow basic instructions to handle transitions (ex. Knowing how to line up or throw away trash), and have the social-emotional skills that allow them to regulate themselves within the context of a classroom.

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Ages 6 months to 6 years.