Mission Statement

To develop the whole child, by providing a safe, supportive and respectful environment while providing a high-quality education through hands-on learning activities and while teaching Christian values.

Philosophy 

We believe that each child is a unique individual who needs an enriching learning environment that will allow for experiences that promote the whole self; mental, emotional, physical and spiritual.  Our desire is to provide an environment that is safe, loving and nurturing so that children will take risks in order to discover their potential to solve problems, collaborate with and respect one another and their environment. 

We believe that children learn best through a variety of developmentally appropriate, hands-on approaches that focus on the development of the whole child.   We know that no one child is the same in how they receive feedback from their world.  Our research-based curriculum guides teachers in implementing activities that engage children through a variety of approaches that are designed to foster a love of learning for the many unique personalities in the classroom.  

We believe a child’s family is an integral part of their learning and development.  When families and program staff are united and partner together to set goals, this provides a strong and consistent foundation of support for the child.   We encourage families to be active participants in their children’s education through volunteering, communication of the child’s needs and attending important activities throughout the school year. 

We believe in teaching children about their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  Children are taught through stories, Bible lessons and modeling that Christ embodies love, kindness, compassion, acceptance, forgiveness, giving, honesty and humility.   This focus on Christ helps to build positive character traits in children and sets the foundation for a lifelong relationship with their Savior.

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