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Academic Program

Our preschool program is made up of students in Pre-K3, Pre-K4, and Kindergarten (K5). We offer full-day classes for:

  • Pre-K3 (3 years old by September 1)
  • Pre-K4 (4 years old by September 1)
  • Kindergarten (5 years old by September 1)

These students begin the day with a time of worship, a Bible lesson, Scripture memorization, and pledges to the American flag, the Christian flag, and the Bible. For core curriculum, they learn using Abeka designed specifically for their age group. The structured phonics program teaches them to read from an early age. 

Each week, they also participate in chapel and special classes, including library, music, art, and physical education. Throughout the year, other enrichment experiences, such as field trips and resource speakers, are encouraged and incorporated at all levels.

Daily Schedule

7:30 AMCampus Opens / Drop-Off Begins 
7:56 AMWarning Bell
8:00 AMSchool Begins
3:00 PMDismissal Begins
3:30 PMDismissal Ends (remaining students taken to After Care)

Students should walk alone to their classrooms where their teachers will be waiting. It's our goal to train our students to walk independently to their classrooms and get ready for the school day without the assistance of parents/guardians.

For security measures, all adults entering the building at any time for any reason must sign in at the front office. If you need to speak with your child’s teacher, you may send a text, e-mail, send a written note in your child’s backpack, or schedule a conference.

Progress Reports, Report Cards, & Growth Assessments

Weekly Progress Reports

Graded quizzes, tests, seatwork, and other student work will be sent home weekly. Parents are expected to review and follow the teacher’s directions for signing and returning the work to school. It's extremely important for parents to carefully review the weekly graded/checked work so you'll be informed and aware of any problem areas.

Report Cards & Promotion Policy

Our Pre-K3 and Pre-K4 students do not receive report cards. However, our Kindergarten students will begin receiving report cards after the second nine-week grading period and will receive letter evaluations in academics and conduct. Their final report card will be sent home on the last day of school.

Kindergarten students may be promoted to 1st grade with a yearly average grade of “S” (Satisfactory) and their teacher's recommendation based upon the readiness skills and maturity of the student.

MAP Growth Assessments

Assessments are given to Kindergarten students at the end of the first and second semesters. These tests are nationally-normed, computer-based, adaptive tests that measure what a students has learned and what he or she is ready to learn.

Tests are machine-scored by the testing agency. Results will be sent home once received by the school. If a student misses any of the testing sessions, we can't guarantee that make-up tests will be given.

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