The King’s Academy believes that children are a gift from God made in His image (Genesis 1:27). Therefore, every child is a unique individual with his or her own rate of physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual maturation. The aim of The King’s Academy Preschool is to provide a loving and nurturing Christian environment that will foster a love for God and learning.

Because we believe early childhood is a critical time, we have established a program designed to meet the needs of young children and to promote their development both spiritually and academically. TKA Preschool teachers create and maintain an environment in which children may learn through active exploration individually, in small groups, and with various instructional resources. Since children learn most effectively through concrete materials and activities, the curriculum is designed to provide firsthand experiences in a variety of subject areas.

Knowing that each child is unique, the following experiences and concepts are introduced in our preschool classes:


  • Students will learn stories from the Bible and discuss meaning and personal application
  • Students will participate in singing Christian songs and memorizing scripture each week
  • Students will be led in daily prayer

Social / Emotional

  • Students will learn cooperation and sharing skills
  • Students will learn to cultivate friendships
  • Students will share in classroom responsibilities
  • Students will learn to follow rules and directions with reminders
  • Students will learn to articulate their desires
  • Students will learn appropriate habits for discipline and hard work
  • Students will learn to express feelings appropriately
  • Students will develop self-confidence as they master skills and become more competent


  • Students will communicate effectively in one-on-one, small group, and large group sessions
  • Students will listen attentively and demonstrate comprehension
  • Students will develop literacy and an appreciation for reading books
  • Students will demonstrate observation skills and develop the ability to think critically
  • Students will cultivate creative problem-solving skills


  • Students will participate in activities which utilize large motor skills (jumping, hopping, running)
  • Students will participate in activities which utilize small motor skills (cutting, coloring, tracing, gluing, painting, and writing)
  • Students will develop habits of personal hygiene and cleanliness
  • Students will be equipped with self-help skills (buttoning, zipping, snapping, and dressing for outdoor play)
  • Students will value and develop skills to protect their personal safety

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