Curriculum Overview


Points of Interest

  • Children who are four years of age by August 14 are provided a positive, nurturing environment.
  • Age appropriate learning activities focus on gross and fine motor skills, socialization, language skills, literacy, phonics, music, Bible truths, and much more.
  • Children come to know themselves as unique creations of God, important members of a community, and successful learners.
  • From the first day of school, a structured classroom routine and environment are put into practice.
  • Students are assessed weekly, and progress reports are sent home each Friday.
  • There is no greater than a 1 to 13 teacher/student ratio.
  • Rotating centers are used for hands-on learning activities and small group instruction.


Bible Karen Henley’s Bible Time for 4’s
Phonics A Beka
Handwriting A Beka
Math A Beka
Science A Beka
Social Studies A Beka
 Student Handbook 2014-2015

Commonly Asked Questions

Question: What does my child need to know for K4?

Answer: Your child should know and be able to recognize his/her name, identify basic shapes and colors, and identify letters and numbers 0-10.

Question: How do you communicate with parents?

Answer: We send daily behavior reports and weekly newsletters home, and are available for parent teacher conferences. There are two scheduled parent teacher conferences

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