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Pre-K4 - 9th Grade Classical Christian School 1388 State Hwy 205 Rockwall!

What to Expect in Pre-K4

"Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these." Mark 10:14

What to Expect in Pre-K

"Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these." Mark 10:14


Social Studies: Through this teacher created study, students will learn about aspects of God's world including their community and our great nation.  

Language Arts: The Pre-K Language Arts program focuses on phonemic and phonological awareness skills by helping children build their knowledge of letters and sounds to blend, segment, and manipulate them by using The Ordinary Parent’s Guide to Teaching Reading. Additionally, students will be engaged in early childhood texts through the learning of nursery rhymes.  When students are ready, the school will provide primers for reading practice.  Students will be taught how to write using D’Nealian, which makes for an easy transition to cursive in the middle of 2nd grade.  

Science: Students learn about our Creator and His creation through chemistry, physics, biology, and earth science lessons.  At least once a week, the teacher plans a hands-on investigation or experiment.  At home, students complete a nature study journal with their parents.

Math (Saxon):  Level K operates totally from teacher-directed instruction and activity, so this is not a program for independent learning. Optional written work comes from reproducible master sheets in the teacher's manual. Oral counting, acting out addition and subtraction stories, sorting, identifying and counting coins, measuring, and telling time are the types of activities that replace workbooks.


Kindergarten students have the opportunity to participate in specials each Monday and Wednesday (Art, Latin, & PE).  


Pre-Kindergarten students receive 30 minutes of vocabulary Latin instruction twice a week.  Vocabulary, by way of Sing Song Latin, is learned through music, chants, flash cards, games, videos and more.


Classroom and family come together for "Grandparents Day", "Muffins with Mom" and "Donuts with Dad."  Students enjoy a Thanksgiving Feast, Christmas Around the World, Valentines celebration, and an Egg Hunt.  At Christmas time, each class will perform a song while the end of the year is reserved for a talent show, a fine arts talent and arts celebration.