Infant Learning Path
(0 - 18 month)
Our Toddler Curriculum places a strong importance on cultivating self-identity through nurturing guidance and exploration.
Daily Activities
  • Circle time
  • Small (hand/eye) motor skills development
  • Large motor skills (movement)
  • Tummy time
  • Music time
  • Rest
  • Afternoon lesson
  • Play chair learning
Toddler Learning Path
(18 Months – 3 years)
The goal of the Toddler learning path is to prepare 18 months to 3 year-old students for a classroom setting, while learning intuitively through constructive play. There is a distinct emphasis on development of social and academic skills.
Daily Activities
  •  Circle time (ABC’s, 123’s, shapes, colors)
  • Daily art and morning lesson
  • Learning time with letter and number recognition
  • Pattern sorting
  • Puzzles
  • Deductive reasoning
  • Gym/movement with music
  • Afternoon art project
  • Centers that include dramatic play, blocks, music, reading and sensory activity

Field trips occur twice monthly.

Pre-K Learning Path
(4 – 5 years)
Our school follows the guidelines of the local school district in order to ensure each child's readiness for Kindergarten entry.
Daily Activities
  • Morning Blessing- which includes name writing tracing letters and sounds
  • Circle time, (ABC’s, 123’s, shapes, and colors)
  • Themed art lesson by month
  • Music and movement
  • Centers or recess (depending on weather)
  • Afternoon lesson
  • Story time

The children in the Pre-K group take field trips to the library on a weekly basis and also 2-3 educational excursions monthly.

School-age Learning Path
(6 – 12 years)
Because our school age students are accustomed to a learning regimen, it allows us to be more holistic with the flow of the day. The emphasis around this learning path center-developed curriculum that enhances grade-appropriate academic skills. The age of our students in the school age program is 6-12 and we try to reach further into topics that are important to our society and citizenship that may not be given as much time in a public school setting. Social responsibility is an emphasis in our curriculum. In summer recess, they have daily field trips at library, volunteer work, and also recreational excursions.