We provide dependable, safe, secure, and loving care to the youngest family members.
Toddlers (ages 2-3 / available both hours)
Toddlers play, learn, and grow together in a structured, nurturing environment.
Preschool (ages 4-5 / available both hours)
Our preschool class offers a variety of activities including arts and crafts, music and movement, and story time.
Kindergarten (ages 5-6 / available both hours)
Our youngest students enjoy a fun, multi-sensory approach to learning, with abundant, hands-on enrichment opportunities.
All About Animals (1st - 3rd / first hour)
This class will introduce the youngest explorers to the world of wildlife. Learn about creatures fluffy and scaly, big and small, with engaging, hands-on activities.
Cooking 101: Snacks and More (1st - 3rd / first hour)
In this class, students will learn basic cooking skills such as mixing, measuring and cutting. They will also work with food artistically. Students will use a paring knife in most classes. They will also occasionally need to bring their own supplies, such as measuring cups. (Please note: No peanut products will be used in this class; however, due to cost considerations, no other allergies or sensitivities can be accommodated). [Course Fee: $10.00]
Gym (1st - 6th / first hour)
Children of all skill and fitness levels are invited to have fun and keep their bodies moving! Gym class allows children to improve their physical skills, enjoy fitness, and build their confidence in a structured, non-competitive environment.
Music Together (1st - 3rd / first hour)
Introduce your child to the wide world of music! We will learn to sing in rounds and with simple harmonies, explore instruments and their sounds, find out what the Bible says about music, and play fun musical games.
13 & Counting: A Study of our Original 13 Colonie (4th - 6th / first hour)
Travel back in time to the settling of our thirteen original colonies. Experience life in Colonial America in this hands-on, engaging history class.
Hooked on Crochet! (4th - 6th / first hour)
This self-paced class is open to all skill levels, from those who have never held a crochet hook to those who would like to hone their skills. Initially we'll work on basic crochet stitches; eventually, students will have the opportunity to work on a pattern of their own choosing. (Please note: Students will need to purchase a skein or two of yarn for their individual projects).
Jesus Detective (4th - 6th / first hour)
This exciting class draws students into the thrill of high-stakes investigation by showing them how to think rather than telling them what to think. Students will learn to test witnesses and examine evidence as they investigate the case for Christianity.
ASL 102 (7th - 12th / first hour)
Now that you know the basics of ASL, let's dive deeper into the culture and communication skills. We will continue to learn more vocabulary, sign more complicated songs, and translate English into ASL and gloss. (Please note: This is a continued course with a prerequisite of ASL 101/Beginning Sign).
The Hot Wire Styro-Slicer (7th - 12th / first hour)
In this class, you will build a battery-operated hot wire foam cutter that will cut precision shapes from Styrofoam sheets. After building the Styro-Slicer, we'll spend the rest of the semester using it to make model guns and swords, as well as foam fighter jets launced by rubber bands. (Please note: This class will utilize power drills, screwdrivers, and X-Acto knives). [Course Fee: $25.00]
World Geography (7th - 12th / first hour)
In this class, students will use geographical knowledge and skills to interpret and analyze data and maps. This class will cover topics including population, political landscapes, climate, understanding developed and underdeveloped countries, and regions of conflict.
Hero Training Camp (1st - 3rd / second hour)
Using the life of David, children will do activities, songs, crafts, and science experiments to learn what it means to be a hero in four areas: do what's right, deal with wrongs, be honest, and care about others. The training starts now!
Learn to Sign (1st - 6th / second hour)
Come along on a fun journey as we learn to talk with our hands. We will start by learning the alphabet and numbers, moving into more conversational signing as the class progresses.
Musical Revue (1st - 12th / second hour)
Join us for a fun semester of singing, acting and dancing! Our first musical revue will teach students what it takes to put on a show, as well as basic acting, singing and dancing techniques. The show will be created around our students so we can showcase their individual talents. (Please note: Musical Revue is a two-semester commitment with a performance in the spring). [Course Fee: $25.00]
Storybook Crafts (1st - 3rd / second hour)
We're combining two of our favorite things: crafts and books! In this class, students will enjoy fun, creative arts and crafts projects inspired by classic children's books.
Cooking 102: Snacks and More (4th - 6th / second hour)
In this class, students will learn basic cooking skills such as mixing, measuring and cutting. They will also work with food artistically. Students will be using a paring knife in most classes. They will occasionally need to bring their own supplies, such as measuring cups. (Please note: No peanut products will be used in this class; however, due to cost considerations, no other allergies or sensitivities can be accommodated). [Course Fee: $10.00]
Food Science (4th - 6th / second hour)
Explore the science of food! In this class we will study nutrition and components of food such as glucose, vitamin C, lipids and more through experimentation of food selected by the students. We will also see what we can create using the power of food! [Course Fee: $10.00]
Sewing Accessories (4th - 12th / second hour)
Welcome to the wonderful world of accessories! Learn to sew hats, scarves, fingerless gloves and more in this class for all skill levels. [Course Fee: $10.00]
Do Hard Things (7th - 12th / second hour)
This class will combat the idea of adolescence as a vacation from responsibility, redefine the teen years as a launching pad for life, and challenge students to Do Hard Things for the glory of God.
Psychology and the Christian Student (7th - 12th / second hour)
Psychology is used in many fields and is widely accepted in modern culture. This course will touch on the roots of psychological theories and prepare students for theories presented as truth in PSYCH 101 from a Christian perspective.
Strategy Games (7th - 12th / second hour)
Enjoy playing classic strategy board and card games. Games will include Settlers of Catan, Dominion, Ticket to Ride, Monopoly, Blokus, and Clue.
The fall semester begins Monday, September 11th, 2017.Please see the complete list of classes along with description and grade level below. Click here to view the schedule.
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