Our Kindergarten Program is designed for children between five and six years of age depending on their birth date.  Children are ready for kindergarten when they are age five by September first.

Our goal is to provide your child with the tool necessary to insure future learning success.  The Full-Day Kindergarten Program will refine their social, emotional and cognitive development.  This includes improved reading, writing and math skills and a seamless transition to first grade. 

Our advanced curriculum is centered on the proven Abeka math and language arts programs and is enhanced with specialty courses in Science, Arts, Crafts, Music, and History. Our students excel with this well-rounded education; students are consistently a year ahead of their peers academically.

Intergraded into each class are:

  • Daily activities: group time, story time, calendar, snack, arts & crafts, singing, learning centers (literacy, science/math, blocks, dramatic play, manipulative and outside play when weather permits.
  • Cognitive skills: colors, shapes, number skills, letters, reading readiness, and pre-writing.
  • Social skills: sharing, listening, practicing manners, taking turns, cultivating thinking skills to solve conflicts, expressing needs and wants, and promoting positive relationships.
  • Spiritual values: songs, stories, Bible verses, prayers, and crafts.

Language Arts

Phonics and Reading

  • Recognition of name, sound, and picture of long and short vowels and consonants

  • Sounding of blends, one- and two-vowel words, and words with special sounds

  • Beginning phonics rules and special sounds

  • Reading of sentences and stories

  • Books containing one- and two-vowel words and special sounds


  • Letters

  • Blends

  • Words

  • Sentences

  • Name


  • Recognition of sentences

  • Capital letters

  • Periods


  • Thirteen poems, memory verses, or rhyme’s committed to memory


  • Plants

  • Animals

  • Health and Human Biology

  • Earth and Space

  • Weather

  • Seasons


  • Number recognition, counting, and writing 1–100

  • Number concepts 1–100

  • Numbers before and after 1–100

  • Numbers largest and smallest 1–100

  • Counting and writing by tens to 100

  • Counting and writing by fives to 100

  • Counting and writing by twos to 100

  • Number sequences by ones

  • Using number words 1–10 and first–tenth

  • Value of coins and dollar bill

  • Telling time

  • Using the calendar

  • Days of the week


  • Addition facts through 10

  • One-step story problems in addition

  • Beginning subtraction

Social Studies

  • Community Helpers

  • Children of the World

  • America: Our Great Country

  • Map studies

  • Famous Americans


  • Songs

  • Memory verses

  • Lessons such as the Creation, Noah…

Fine Arts

  • Music

  • Arts and Crafts