Our Curriculum
We Are Passionate About One Thing... Your Child's Success.


To instill Christian values in our children, we partner with families and Churches to help our kids fulfill their ultimate potential
and to fully Embrace Life!

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The Creative Curriculum®

The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool, is a comprehensive, research-based curriculum, which features exploration and discovery as a way of learning, enabling children to develop confidence, creativity, and lifelong critical-thinking skills. We’ve chosen this curriculum because it focuses on the skills and knowledge that are most important for helping your child to be successful in school. Throughout the year, The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool will help us plan learning experiences that are just right for your child, so that he or she can make progress at his or her own pace.

So, how does The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool support your child’s learning?

It’s based on 38 objectives for development and learning that focus on all the areas that are most important for school success: social–emotional, cognitive, math, literacy, physical, language, social studies, science and technology, and the arts. These objectives are built into every activity that happens in the classroom, which means that all day long, the teacher is helping your child build skills and knowledge in these important areas.

Our ministry of instilling Christian principles focuses on the kids feeling good from the inside out. We operate from the knowledge that the kids and families are each unique, created with special gifts and are all created with a purpose.

Meet Our Lead Teachers

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Cute adorable baby girl learning painting with water colors. Little toddler child drawing at home, using colorful brushes. Healthy happy daughter experimenting with colors, water at home or nursery



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Two's Room


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