Our Kindergarten schedule includes time for study, play, snacks, lunch, nap, and outdoor recess. Children enjoy playing in the Kindergarten outdoor play area and on the elementary playground.  

We use A Beka curriculum in our Kindergarten. A strong phonics program gives children a foundation for Reading. Readiness skills give practice in auditory and visual discrimination, motor coordination, listening and thinking skills, and following directions.  

In Math, children learn number concepts and formations through 100, and simple addition and subtraction combinations.  

Children are introduced to basic Bible concepts to provide character development and an early foundation for living.  Bible verses are also memorized each week.

In History, they learn a Christian view of our community and country as well as an introduction to children and their customs around the world.  

In Science, children examine and experience the beauty and mystery of God’s world from their own bodies, weather, seasons, plants, and animals.  

In Writing, our Kindergartners are taught to write in cursive. Research indicates that cursive writing has great benefits for neurological development and learning. Good handwriting skills at a young age can help children express their thoughts better. 

They also have art, music, physical education class, and visit the school library.  

Grades 1 – 5

Our elementary grades continue to build on the strong foundation of Kindergarten.  We use A Beka, ACSI, Bob Jones University Press, and Bess Press textbooks and materials.

Curriculum Includes:

  • Art
  • Bible
  • Computer
  • History
  • Language Arts (Reading, Grammar, and Spelling)
  • Math
  • Physical Education
  • Science

Bible Verses

Students in kindergarten through grade eight are given a list of verses to memorize for the year.  Click here to view each grade's Bible verses.

Weekly Reports

Communication is key in helping teachers and parents make it possible for children to succeed inschool. On Friday, our Kindergarten through Grade 5 teachers send home a This Week  (outline and information about their class for the week) and a Weekly Report with your child’s test scores for the previous week. The report will also let you know if they turned in their homework.