We believe that God created each child as a special and unique individual (Genesis 5:2). each child should have a well-balanced early childhood experience that meets their spiritual, social/emotional, physical, and cognitive needs. Through a parent/teacher partnership, each child can achieve their full potential.
The curriculum will provide both spiritual and educational guidance to the children. Through creative utilization of all available resources our gifted and extensively trained staff will implement stimulation through a wealth of new experiences to provide opportunities for the growth of the whole child.
It is our goal to provide many concrete experiences that will help your child develop the foundational skills that lead to success in the later years. We do this while focusing on Christian values and biblical principles that will transform children into learners, leaders, and lovers of Christ.
To lay the foundation for Christ-centered living. To encourage the development of virtuous character in children. We meet this objective by providing loving and nurturing teachers who model biblical principles, attitudes, and virtues. They bring joy in learning about Jesus to their classrooms by teaching stories from the Bible, singing worship songs, and praying with their students.
To provide children with concrete materials and experiences in the classroom that help develop beginning literacy, language, math, science, and art. We meet these objectives by reading quality literature that is developmentally appropriate and that teaches children to recognize the written word, develop imagination, build vocabulary, and develop comprehension and a love for reading. Teachers will also utilize concrete materials such as manipulatives, blocks, and natural materials, to build on curiosity, experimentation, calculation, problem-solving, and reasoning skills, which all help build beginning math and scientific concepts.
To provide a joy-filled classroom that includes laughter, play, exploration, and stress–a free and emotionally–safe environment for all children. Teachers will provide activities such as dramatic play and group games to encourage children to build on imagination, cooperative play, listening, following directions, responsibilities, and putting others first.