At this age, our teachers focus on encouraging their students to learn, respecting their work, strengthen their self images, exploring their interests, marveling in their creativity and offering a child-centered classroom.  

The curriculum's are used with an emphasis on letters, numbers, shapes, colors, language skills, writing and reading skills.  Classrooms are set up in learning centers, which allow for teacher-directed activities, while maintaining flexibility for the children to independently explore areas of interest.  

This unique environment will help children develop intellectually, emotionally, socially and physically, while also enhancing their self-confidence to a level that will prepare them for Kindergarten.

Handwriting Without Tears

The goal of Handwriting Without Tears is to make legible, fluent handwriting an easy and automatic skill for all students.  The curriculum uses multi-sensory techniques and consistent letter formation habits to teach handwriting to all students in Pre-K.  In addition, Handwriting without Tears provides parents and teachers the instructional techniques and activities to help improve a child’s self-confidence, pencil grip, body awareness, posture and so much more! 


A Beka Book provides Christian schools with outstanding curriculum and textbooks built on a foundation of academic excellence and Christian character training.  Schools benefit from the textbooks and teaching materials that reflect the very best in traditional education, comprehensive curriculum and eternal truths. 


Science, Technology, Engineering, Math

STEM helps children to explore, observe, ask questions, predict and integrate their learning.  It provides intellectual learning that has to do with reasoning, hypothesizing and predicting.  As a preschool we want children to learn their academic skills in the service of their intellect so when they come and say, show me how to measure this or show me how to write that because they are doing an investigation – which is an intellectually based activity and it becomes natural to them. 


Progress Reports are done four times during the school year.  During these reports, your teacher will review your child's developmental progress reports and portfolio.  This process enables you to understand your child’s accomplishments, and it also assists the teacher in making necessary adjustments to meet your child’s needs in the classroom.  This observation and progress reporting program will help you and your child achieve a smooth transition into the next stage of his or her education.