Language & Literacy
Pre-K students learn letter-sound relationships, sight words, and use of critical thinking skills to make predictions.
Children are introduced to addition and subtraction. They experiment with patterns, graphs, reasoning, and problem solving.
Pre-K students learn to express feelings verbally, play cooperatively with friends, and sustain positive relationships. Character education is introduced.
Students participate in physical activities that promote gross motor development, including jumping rope and throwing a ball to a target.
Pre-K students explore artists, identify forms of visual art, and participate in imaginative play related to personal experiences, literature, and interests.
Children use scientific inquiry to participate in experiments. Children use various technology tools and participate in engineering challenges.
Citizens of the World
Pre-K students understand money is a means of exchange for goods and services. They explore world languages while using maps and globes.
Our Pre-K program prepares children for kindergarten as they learn letter-sound relationships and sight-word recognition, and gain an understanding that writing is used to express thoughts and ideas. Children explore concrete mathematical concepts, such as simple addition and subtraction. Our character education program helps develop the strong social and emotional skills that ensure a successful transition to kindergarten.