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The Pre-Kindergarten classroom is an academic-based model that balances creative and explorative learning with the behavioral and developmental characteristics of three and four year old children. Children at this age are encouraged to work on their social habits primarily, preparing them for full immersion into an elementary level classroom. There is ample time during the school day for Pre-K students to act on their energetic impulses, but they are also challenged to begin practicing good habits. Individualized instruction is a critical component of the classroom. The teacher assigns age appropriate academic activities that enable students to progress according to their current skill levels and competencies. Parents can enroll their children for a half day or full day schedule.
The Kindergarten program is a five full day classroom where students are preparing themselves for the content and instruction of the classical curriculum. Students become familiar with the seven liberal arts (grammar, logic, rhetoric, arithmetic, geometry, astronomy, and music) at an age appropriate level, where science and math play an important part. Children are also coached and actively encouraged to begin reading, which is critical to their success in any liberal arts learning environment. Continuing to form and perfect good habits is also an essential feature of the Kindergarten classroom. Foreign languages are also introduced into the weekly instruction.