Pre-School and Elementary


Yearly goals for preschoolers are as follows:

TODDLERS (ages 2 & 3)

Alphabet and Phonics

Counting to 30

Health and Manners

Safety and Science

Art, Bible Stories, and Verses

Nursery Rhymes and Singing



Phonics (alphabet, sounds, blends, words)

Reading and Writing

Numbers: counting to 100 and concepts of 20

Poetry and Art

Bible Stories and Verses

Field Trips and Fun Activities



Phonics (letters, sounds, special rules, blends, words)

Reading (450 word vocabulary)

Numbers: counting and concepts to 100


Art, Poetry and Science

Bible Stories and Verses

Field Trips and Fun Activities

This program enables students to get a firm foundation and prepares them to enter our accelerated elementary school. They also have weekly physical education, library, music class and computer lab.  Kindergarten students participate in graduation exercises in May. All students, preschool through seniors, participate in a fall and/or spring program and chapel presentation for relatives and friends to enjoy.



The elementary curriculum is a well-rounded program that aims to build solid basic skills in reading, math, history, Bible, and science. Other classes, such as music, art, physical education and computer applications are offered to aid students discovering their talents and interests. Athletic and dramatic opportunities are also provided at the elementary level.



Any time parents wish more information about their child’s progress, they are invited to schedule a conference with the teacher through the school office. The best learning situation occurs when the home and school work together.

In order to make grading more consistent, teachers are expected to use the following grading scale. However, all teachers are permitted to use some subjectivity in determining these grades.

A 90% – 100% SUPERIOR


C 70% – 79% AVERAGE


F 0% – 59% FAILING


* An “I” indicates that the student has not done or made up all required work. Work is to be completed within two weeks after report cards are issued, at which time grades will be brought up to date. If any work is not completed by this time, the “I” will become an “F” for the course grade. Students who pass the first nine-week grading period and choose to take an “F” for the second nine-week period, rather than do the required work, will not be allowed to pass the class for the semester.