Children learn through direct participation in their environment. Learning is an active process for young children;
therefore, instruction must provide for active exploration, concrete experiences in a rich environment, and many language experiences to foster learning.
Learning activities and materials should be concrete, real, and relevant to the lives of young children.
Children advance at different rates through stages of cognitive, emotional, physical, social, and spiritual development.
It is our goal to provide learning experiences to enhance and stimulate all of these developmental areas.
Children learn responsibility by participating in age-appropriate decision-making. Self-help skills are encouraged.
Children possess a natural curiosity about the world that should be utilized to foster enthusiasm and a love of learning!
Children are uniquely created by God. Therefore, each child has God-given abilities and talents to be discovered and nurtured. It is important to provide an environment where spiritual awareness and growth are recognized and
Excerpted from the preschool's website