Young students are eager to discover God’s world. Mars Hill Academy Kindergarten teachers cultivate that excitement and creativity, developing your child’s love of learning and love for God.
The kindergarten classroom is a joyful, welcoming environment full of activity. Students read, listen, and tell stories; work on creative projects; and love to paint and build. Your child will learn through movement, memorization, singing, chanting, and hands-on instruction. Kindergartners attend art and music classes and enjoy field trips and special celebrations throughout the year, such as Reformation Day, Mother Goose Day, and Christmas and Easter celebrations.
Your kindergartner will flourish in an orderly and engaging classroom, learning to respect and serve others. Class sizes are small with no more than 14 students.
What will you discover in our Kindergarten classrooms?
- Christ-Centered Classroom
- Multi-Sensory Instruction
- Love-Your-Neighbor Environment
- Parent Partnership
Biblical principles are taught and modeled throughout the day in every subject – shaping a child’s character and loves while bringing glory to God.
Because young children love to explore their world through the five senses, children sing, play games, chant and recite, and have time for plenty of body movement.
Kindergarteners learn how to love their neighbors by respecting the image of God in their teachers and classmates. Teachers pray for and with each child.
Partnering with parents is a strong focus of the program because children learn best when their parents are actively involved. Parents are encouraged to volunteer in classroom activities and events.
The Kindergarten program serves children who are five by August 15 with half- and full-day options.
Half day: 8:20 a.m. -11:50 a.m.
Full day: 8:20 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.