This is where your child’s education begins. In our Early Childhood Program at Triple C School (K4- K5), we lay the groundwork for what is to come for many years. The academic subjects of math, language arts, social science, science, and Bible are taught in thematic units as students learn through developmentally appropriate activities such as exploratory play.
Our students explore via hands on activities, collaborate with one another, and discover the wonders of God’s love. This is facilitated by teachers who provide warmth and encouragement throughout the learning process.
Our Pre-Kindergarten department provides the building blocks for the Elementary experience. Children are enrolled in our Pre-Kindergarten at four years of age. Learning is facilitated by a certified teacher and a full-time teaching assistant. This low student-teacher ratio provides the opportunity for small-group learning and individual instruction, meeting the needs of each student.
The Abeka curriculum is used for this age group. The Pre-Kindergarten objectives cover personal, social and emotional development, language development, developmental phonics for beginning reading, quantitative experiences, Music and Art, Bible Education, P.E., and playtime. Bible instruction is a part of the daily class and the subject matter taught to our preschoolers is from a Biblical worldview. Students also participate in learning outside the classroom on campus and on field trips. Our students have many enjoyable learning experiences that prepare them for kindergarten.
At Triple C School, children are promoted to or enrolled in Kindergarten at a minimum of 5 years old. Kindergarteners also use the Abeka Curriculum. This curriculum gives them a firm foundation both academically and spiritually. More focused readiness activities take place in this class, preparing children for elementary level.
Learning in Kindergarten is facilitated by a certified teacher and a full-time teaching assistant. This low student-teacher ratio provides the opportunity for small-group learning and individual instruction, meeting the needs of each student.
Kindergarten students engage in stimulating activities in Reading, Math, English, Science, Social Studies, Writing, Bible, Art, Music, and P.E.