Preschool and Kindergarten

Preschool

L.C.E.S. offers a full-day preschool program. Students must be three years old by September 1st to enroll in K3 and four years old by September 1st to enroll in K4. Our preschool program addresses both the socialization and readiness skills children need to develop before entering a formal education program. These skills are taught through the use of themed activities on a variety of topics. Academics are also a vital part of the preschool program. The A Beka Book curriculum is used in our preschool. Children are taught Bible stories and will begin to memorize verses from the Bible. Basic instruction in phonics, numbers, skill development, and language development is included in our preschool. By the end of preschool, our students are reading!

We offer a full-day kindergarten program. Students must be five by September 1st to enroll in K5. Students will continue with phonics instruction. Reading skills are taught in small groups. Bible is taught each day and is integrated throughout other subjects. Math, science, language, and social studies instruction are also part of the academic program. Learning centers and enrichment activities round out our kindergarten program.

Our elementary school program uses the A Beka Book curriculum and offers a strong academic program of studies with Biblical integration in reading, math, language arts, science, history, and social studies. Students are taught the word of God in weekly chapel programs and daily Bible classes. Enrichment instruction is offered to elementary students through classes in physical education, general music, music theory, library, computer literacy, and art.

Before and after school care is available on school days for preschool and elementary students. Contact us for more information and current rates.

Elementary ~ K5 – Grade 6

Preschool and Kindergarten

High School ~ Grades 7 – 12

LCS seeks to assist in the personal growth and development of students by providing an education based upon an integrated understanding of Biblical principles and academic knowledge. In an effort to give high school students the best possible preparation for their future lives, we utilize textbooks and curriculum from A Beka Book and other Christian resources. A positive classroom atmosphere, teachers’ attention to the individual student, and providing students with the tools they need to learn are key components to success. Students receive daily Bible instructions and participate in chapel services which include Bible memorization and practical Christian training. Competitive sports, enrichment activities, computer technology, and foreign language study round out our program. A guidance counselor is available to assist students with college and career planning as well as with testing and scholarship opportunities.