Music-Notes2The primary objective of the preschool is to provide learning opportunities that will enable your child to reach his/her God-given potential, and to achieve a positive self-image. Through exploration and discovery in a loving, age-appropriate environment, the child develops spiritually, emotionally, physically, socially and intellectually.


  • During daily “Jesus Time” your child will learn Bible stories, songs and prayers, and develop a faith-relationship with Jesus.
  • Your child learns that God made and cares for the world and everyone in it.



  • Using opportunities to make decisions and choices within limits, your child will build self-confidence and a positive self-image.
  • Your child will learn cooperation with others through interactive play at theme-based learning centers.
  • Independence and self-discipline are developed through individual free play.
    Respect for others’ feelings is also taught.


  • Your child will develop and practice good social manners in various situations.
  • Responsibility for themselves and expectations in a group setting will be learned and practiced.


  • Small muscle development for skills like writing, coloring and cutting is encouraged.
  • Large motor activities indoors and outdoors provide coordination and physical fitness.
  • Movement and music are often part of these activities.


  • The program stimulates your child’s curiosity and self- motivation to learn about the world around them.
  • Basic skills in the areas of math, reading, science, music, art, and language arts are taught.
  • Kindergarten readiness is the focus of the 4/5 classes.
    Computers and iPads provide children with the opportunity to reinforce skills and information gained during their preschool experience.

Our theme-based curriculum encourages these goals:


[spoiler title=”Three Year Olds” style=”fancy” icon=”arrow-circle-1″]
  • Social skills – Sharing and communicating with others
  • Learn to interact with adults and children other than family
  • Jesus Time stories, worship and prayers
  • Weekly Chapel
  • Holiday and seasonal Themes
  • Improve in coordination and large muscle skills
  • Enjoy listening to stories and books
  • Use the 5 senses to learn about their world
  • Learn songs and finger plays
  • Creative art experiences
  • Recognize colors
  • Introducing numerals 1-10
  • Introducing letters in their name and learning environment
  • Recognize shapes
  • Recognize name / Trace name
  • Firefighter Visit
  • Pumpkin Farm Field Trip
  • Zoo Field Trip
  • Grandparents’ Day
  • Classroom Holiday Parties
  • End of Year Closing Program
[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Four Year Olds” style=”fancy” icon=”arrow-circle-1″]
  • Kindergarten Readiness in math and reading
  • Jesus Time stories, worship and prayers
  • Weekly Chapel
  • Holiday and seasonal themes
  • Participate appropriately in group discussion
  • Learn songs and finger plays
  • Enjoy different types of music and begin to identify instruments
  • Run, jump, kick, throw and catch a ball, ride a tricycle, swing independently
  • Enjoy listening to stories and books
  • Recognize and begin to draw shapes
  • Engage in creative art exploration
  • Recognize numerals 1-20
  • Math skills of patterning, sequencing, sorting, comparing
  • Recognize name/ Write name
  • Recognize alphabet letters and sounds
  • Write letters as presented
  • Identify rhyming Words
  • Learn to care for physical and dental health
  • Memorize full name, birthday, address and phone number
  • Make predictions about simple science experiments
  • Grow more confident in asking questions and problem-solving
  • Identify colors in Spanish
  • Count from 1- 10 in Spanish
  • Apple Picking Field Trip
  • Pumpkin Farm Field Trip
  • Science Center “Discovery Room” Field Trip
  • Police Officer Visit
  • Firefighter Visit
  • Grandparents’ Day
  • Classroom Holiday Parties
  • End-of-Year Closing Program

For more information, please contact us.