"Point your kids in the right direction—
    when they’re old they won’t be lost.
". Proverbs 22:6
K - 1 Preschool Class

In our K-1 class, the students are learning a little more about their world through their senses.  They are given the freedom to explore by tasting, touching, seeing, hearing, feeling and smelling. While we do work with the A Beka curriculum for this age as well, a majority of what they are learning is basic recognization and fine/gross motor skills development. They learn their lessons through song and continue to explore the exciting world they live in.

​K - 2 Preschool Class

Our K-2 students are focusing more on the structural makeup of a classroom setting. Still enjoying the freedom of learning while also settling down for structured circle time. Some of the areas we focus on at this age are letters and their sounds, colors, numbers, shapes, calendar skills, Bible stories, and language development.


We use the A Beka Curriculum in which letters and sounds are introduced at an early age in order to build a foundation for reading and literacy. Other skills we work on are sharing and playing nicely with our friends. Throughout the year our two year olds blossom so much. Many can recognize most or all of the letters and sounds of the alphabet. Much of our lessons are taught to music and or rhythm so that the information is fun and easily retained.

K - 3 Preschool Class


In the K-3 class, students will be learning about God’s world and developing language skills with the help of many animal friends. Coloring, painting, and gluing will help develop gross and fine motor skills. Stories, poetry, and music will aid the development of comprehension, language, and thinking skills. Your child will also learn all the letters of the alphabet and their sounds, recognize numbers 1 through 15, and count from 1 to 30. This class is the bridge to reading which begins in the K-4 class. Lessons are presented in a fun and interesting manner to help students stay focused and retain as much information as possible.

K - 4 / VPK Enrichment Class

In the K-4 class, students review the letters and their sounds and begin learning vowel and consonant blends. After this, students start adding consonants to the blends and start reading simple short and long vowel words phonetically. Students begin reading in October and progress from reading blends and one vowel words to sentences with long and short vowel words.


We use the A Beka curriculum which focuses on phonics, reading, and literacy. Students also learn to write their letters in manuscript. We practice writing letters, our names, and other blends and words regularly. Number skills are also an important part of our K-4 class. We learn to recognize and count the numbers 0-100 and the concepts of numbers 0-20. We also learn to count by two’s, five’s and ten’s from 0-100. Later in the year, we introduce students to basic addition skills. Other areas we focus on include: Bible, Calendar activities, spelling, presidents, language development, skills development, art, music, and poetry. Our goal is for our four year old students to be able to read and write simple words and sentences, and demonstrate number concepts and skills such as counting and addition by the end of the K-4 class.


We have great success with students in this age group and this is a crucial year for students in which they learn literacy skills that set them up for success in the future.

Elementary Class

In the Kindergarten class, students use the skills they have acquired in the K-4 class to start reading short and long vowel words and sentences. Students are also introduced to the special sounds which give students the tools to read numerous words phonetically. Many sight words are also added to their reading vocabulary. Students will learn to read for both fluency and comprehension. Students will learn addition families and will be introduced to subtraction, money skills, time, ordinal numbers, and skip counting. Manuscript handwriting practice will continue and students may even learn to start writing their names in cursive. Other subjects that will be covered include: science, social studies, spelling, Bible, art, and language development.


First grade students will review all of the skills learned in Kindergarten and will add new skills including: compound words, contractions, prefixes, suffixes, root words, alphabetical order, creative writing, cursive writing, addition of two digit numbers, subtraction, reading & writing numbers up to 1000, measurement, perimeter, place value, basic multiplication concepts, and fractions.