Each class has a lead teacher and at least one full-time assistant, and all of our staff members have been carefully screened, background checked, and certified in CPR and First Aid.

As a Christian preschool, our students attend chapel once a week and learn Bible verses, stories and songs that reinforce skills we want all preschoolers to learn – say thank you, help others, follow the Golden Rule – to name a few.

All classes meet from 9:00am – 12:00pm. There are options to stay later each day – see our After Preschool Programs page for more information.

2 Year Old Program:
  • Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays
  • Teacher-to-Student Ratio: 1:5
  • Primary goals include:
    • Learning to be away from parents and caregivers.
    • Following one-step directions.
    • Handling materials such as paint brushes, crayons, scissors and glue for creative expression.
    • Developing self-help skills, including using the bathroom, and health manners.
    • Playing and working in small groups.
    • Recognizing shapes, colors, and students’ names in writing.

2 year-olds do not have to be potty-trained to enroll.


3 Year Old Program:
  • Meets Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
  • Teacher-to-Student Ratio: 1:7
  • Primary goals include:
    • Separating from loved ones with little anxiety.
    • Naming colors, shapes and objects.
    • Counting and recognizing numbers from 1-10,
    • Spelling and recognition of name.
    • Taking turns and playing with friends.
    • Asking and answering questions.
    • Basic self-help skills, including center clean-up, hands-on arts and crafts, weekly independent job responsibility.

3 year-olds must be potty trained to enroll.


Pre-Kindergarten Experience:
  • Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
  • Teacher-to-Student Ratio: 1:8
  • Each child receives a Personalized Education Program (PEP) that determines his/her strengths and challenges and helps the teachers develop a curriculum that addresses both.
  • Primary goals include:
    • Gaining independence (unpacking and storing backpacks, putting on/taking off jackets, etc.)
    • Recognizing numbers and letters
    • Using proper formation of letters and numbers when writing
    • Writing with both capital and lowercase letters
    • Introducing letter sounds
    • Recognizing basic sight words
    • Exploring authentic math, science, and social studies experiences