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In Pre-K and Kindergarten, our students hear and apply God's Word to their lives. They develop an understanding of God's nature and character, and recognize God's plan of redemption throughout history. Students learn to communicate creatively and precisely, gain reading skills, examine the precision and order of God's universe through math and science, grow and curious care-takers and explorers of God's created world, and cultivate life-long healthy habits that honor God. Students will be able to connect learning to real-life applications and enjoy opportunities to interact with peers.
Curriculum used: ; Topics covered include:
  • Old Testament events and people
  • New Testament life and ministry of Jesus


Language Arts
Curriculum used: ; Topics covered include:
  • letter recognition
  • phonemic awareness
  • writing and handwriting
  • reading
  • oral expression
  • comprehension


Curriculum used: ; Topics covered include:
  • number sense and recognition
  • sorting, patterns, and sequencing
  • number value
  • shapes and measurement


Curriculum used: ; Topics covered include:
  • five senses
  • volcanoes
  • life cycles
  • embryology
  • skeletal system
  • motion
  • solar system
  • nutrition


Social Studies
Curriculum used: ; Topics covered include:
  • geography and world cultures
  • historic events
  • communities and community helpers


To acquire an additional language at an early age, Calvin teaches Spanish as a weekly class beginning in Kindergarten. Curriculum used: ; Topics include:
  • appreciation for and sensitivity to a variety of cultures throughout God’s world
  • immersion in songs, books, games, movement, repetition, pronunciation
Physical Education
Pre-K students experience physical fitness and activites in their classroom. Kindergarten attends a PE class in the gym or outside once per week. Topics covered include:
  • fitness awareness, creative movement, and object control
  • to share, care, and play fair


Pre-K students engage in creativity and art in their classroom. Kindergarten students have one art class per week. Curriculum focuses on creatively exploring a wide variety of media and techniques, and appreciating and developing an understanding of past and present cultures and artists of the world. Topics include:
  • materials
  • techniques
  • concepts
  • motor skill development
We study music to glorify God with our movements, voices, and instruments; develop musical skills; and gain appreciation for a variety of music. Topics include:
  • beat, rhythm, tempo
  • tone, pitch,
  • melody, harmony
  • timbre, form
  • reading music
  • singing & playing instruments