Primary School (Pre-K through Kindergarten)
Within a classical education, the first stage is
called the Primary Stage, where students acquire social skills,
develop their knowledge at a rapid rate through inquiry (asking
"why" questions) and hands-on discovery.
Students in Primary Class I (Pre-K) , Primary Class II (JK), and Primary Class III (K) benefit from a building-block approach to each subject based on their vast capacity to absorb information. Facts, rules
and discoveries in every field are learned through memorization,
chants, songs, drama, poetry, and multisensory games—a wide
spectrum of enjoyable methods to engage auditory, visual and kinesthetic
learners. The caring and loving atmosphere provides consistent training
in essential Christian values. Teachers facilitate an active learning
environment, where students grow through discovery, inquiry, and
The outcome of such an approach is a student who
loves to learn, learns to lead, and leads to serve.