Faith Lutheran Preschool knows the importance of educating the whole child including spiritual, physical, intellectual and social-emotional development.

Our program integrates the HighScope Preschool Curriculum which is research based and child focused. HighScope not only helps young children excel in language and cognitive learning but also promotes independence, curiosity, decision-making, cooperation, persistence, creativity and problem solving.

We use a Bible curriculum called Cross Connections. It is a developmentally appropriate series of lessons for very young children, and one that holds to the truth of God's Word.

We use a modified form of the Happily Ever After Pre-Reading Series (4K), which is a precursor to the Superkids Reading Curriculum (K-2)

We believe that children learn best through active participation. Our classroom, lesson plans and activities are designed to engage the children and reach them according to the way they think and process information. What may look like play to most adults is actually young minds hard at work!

Faith Lutheran Preschool seeks to carry out the following goals for our students

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Spiritual Growth

  • To learn that Jesus is their Savior from sin

  • To learn that Jesus is their best friend

  • To learn of God’s love through Bible stories, prayers and songs

  • To respond to God’s love in everyday life

Physical Growth

  • To appreciate likeness and differences in God’s children

  • To observe simple health and safety procedures

  • To develop small and large motor control and coordination

Intellectual Growth

  • To learn that their abilities are gifts from God

  • To practice and enjoy their disposition to learn

  • To make and express choices, plans and decisions

  • To experience using different materials in many ways

  • To develop language skills

Emotional Growth

  • To grow in their ability to interact with peers, adults and their environment

  • To experience success in working and playing individually and cooperatively

  • To grow in Christian love, respect and empathy