We believe it is best for children to progress to the next room according to their own readiness and age. Ages listed for each classroom are approximate.
Infant (6 weeks–12 months)
Your infant will receive personalized and loving care while you are away. We provide age appropriate activities such as reading, music, and motor skill development. There is a 4-to-1 ratio in our infant program so you can rest assured your child will receive a great deal of attention.
Tweenie (12 months–24 months)
We also offer personalized attention with a heavy focus on motor skill development in our tweenie program. Children enjoy the gym and outdoor play so they are not confined in their room all day. We offer full-day, part-day, full-time, and part-time solutions.
Toddler (24 months–36 months)
Your toddler will enjoy hands on activities during circle time and organized gym time. Children in this age group work on large and motor skill development. We emphasize literacy and do a lot of reading with our children in this age group. Our staff to child ratio is 1 to 6 to ensure that each child receives personalized care.
Preschool (3 years–5 years)
Children learn through play at our early learning center. The children do center play, which is child-directed. We also learn a letter each week to place an emphasis on literacy prior to school. Children in this age group work on developing social skills and independent learning. Circle time focuses on numerous learning themes, including:
Calendar • Weather • Prayer • Pledge of Allegiance • Bible Stories • Memory Verses
School Age Summer Camp (5-12 years)
Students learn and have fun actively through weekly themes. Each week includes Bible, reading and computer searches on themes, crafts, experiments, cooking, fitness and field trips. This is a small group setting where individuals are valued and encouraged to participate.
Summer 2014 themes include:
Weird Weather • Strange Inventions • How It's Made • Mad Science
Mysteries and Nature • Famous Young People • World News & More