Preschool

Preschooler on colorful rug

A day at preschool includes learning new skills, art, music, stories and physical activities. Children are encouraged to be creative and imaginative endeavors, but the most important area of experience is their awareness of God’s love and order; where attitudes, discipline and emotions develop in a christ-centered atmosphere.

Preschool children are at the stage when everything is fun. As a preschool staff, our job is to provide a climate of understanding; where they can develop positive self-concepts, while loving to learn and experience new things. A typical day at the preschool begins with free play during the hours of arrival.

A time of music and praise to God takes place before the children’s morning classes. In the classroom, children learn bible stories and truth with flannel graph, drama and props. Bible crafts and memory verses, paint, paste, play-dough, crayons, scissors, colors, shapes and sizes are all a part of the preschool experience.

There is a prayer, snack, rest and outdoor activities. There is the never-ending learning to share with a friend, and for those going on to Kindergarten, beginning writing, pre-reading skills and number concepts are taught.

View or download the Arcadia Christian Preschool Handbook [336 kb; .pdf]

Students with teacher at campus garden

Instructor teaching at board while students sit on rug

General

Mission Statement
Tuition
Admissions

Curriculum

Language Arts Concepts
Number Concepts

Policies and Guidelines

Discipline Policy
Dress Code Guidelines
Illness Policy
Immunization Policy

Resources

What to bring the First Day of School
Lunch Info
Naptime