Kindergarten children are active, curious learners who need space, a variety of materials and large blocks of time to try out their ideas, gain experience and expand their learning.
Kindergarten is a child-centered, safe, learning environment providing your child with a rich and stimulating atmosphere for learning.
The Kindergarten curriculum is sensitive to the needs, interests, and background experiences of each child. It integrates all content areas to provide a solid foundation for learning in language, literacy, math, science, social studies, health, art, music, and movement.
At all times, the curriculum responds to the nature of the child rather than try to “fit” the child to the curriculum.
Our kindergarten students develop a real joy and wonder of our God; learn social skills such as cooperation, negotiation, and working well within a group; explore their environment while making choices in areas that improve investigation, problem solving, and critical thinking skills; and obtain a strong foundation building the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary for lifelong learning.