We keep our buildings on campus locked at all times. Parents each have a code for our electronic box to enter the building.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept NCI. If we took NCI, then we could not teach children about Jesus and that is the whole reason we exist.
We use a combination of Handwriting without Tears and High scope. These curriculums have both been around for a long time and are research based. Our religious curriculum is Christ light.
We combine classrooms in the early morning and late afternoon. Students are combined from 7:00-7:45am and 4:00-6:00pm. Combining students is largely dependent on attendance numbers. We always make sure that the toys are age appropriate.
We offer physical education, art, music, STEM/science and chapel once a week for each class. Students also have the option to participate in soccer by Soccer Shots.
Yes, we have two fenced in playgrounds on the property. One is for toddlers and the other is for older preschoolers. We go outside each day in the cool morning hours and again in the afternoon depending on the weather.
No, but we received an exemplary accreditation through the Texas Private School Accreditation Commission, National Council of Private School Accreditation, and WELS School Accreditation.
Children are asked to lay still and try each day. After they have tried and most children are sleeping, they are able to read books on their cot.
Each child is different in their transition from home to school, however, most children take around 2 weeks to completely relax and be themselves. Each of our teachers are loving and ready to help your child adjust quickly. Once the child feels safe and gets used to the routine, then they become comfortable.
The director will meet with the family, introduce them to staff, give a tour of the facility, and discuss possible enrollment. The enrollment packet and the registration fee must be turned in to our office two school days prior to start date. Tuition and supply fee is due the first day of attendance.
Yes! Our current enrollment is 60% non-member and 40% members.
Yes, we currently have around 15 special events during the school year. Children look forward to special events and they help make preschool fun.
No, we only teach in English at this time, however half of our teachers do speak Spanish fluently.
On Wednesdays, students in Pre-K 3&4 are required to wear an Abiding Word polo (purchased from Lands End) and Khaki bottoms for chapel. On Fridays, students show school spirit by wearing a themed Abiding Word t-shirt.