Curriculum Overview


Points of Interest

  • A fun and active environment is provided for children who are three years of age by August 14.
  • Children feel safe and loved, and they are taught their value as precious children of God.
  • Bible truths are taught daily, and students memorize a Bible verse every week.
  • Children become learners through discovery and play and engage in a wide range of developmental activities.
  • Students develop and learn at their own pace.
  • Language skills are nurtured through the use of learning centers and interactive play.
  • There is no greater than a 1 to 9 teacher/student ratio.
  • There are two field trips a year that are centered on classroom learning objectives.
  • A behavior report is sent home each day.
  • Skills are assessed weekly, and a progress report is sent home every Friday.


Bible Karen Henley’s Bible Time for 3’s
Language A Beka
Handwriting Handwriting Without Tears
Phonics A Beka
Math A Beka
Science Integrated Thematically
Social Studies Integrated Thematically
 Student Handbook 2014-2015

Commonly Asked Questions

Question: What does my child need to now for K3?

Answer: Your child should be able to identify shapes and colors. He/she should also begin to recognize letters and number 1-10.

Question: How should I prepare my child for K3?

Answer: Your child should be potty trained and fully independent in the bathroom. Your child also should practice drinking out of a cup without a lid and should not use a pacifier.

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