The Lutheran Academy offers a full-day Kindergarten program, with the goal of a smooth transition from home or preschool to an elementary school setting. Teachers provide a wide variety of fun, engaging experiences in a safe and nurturing environment. Students learn socialization, active listening, independent thinking skills, and develop math and reading readiness. As a Christian school, our religion program for our Kindergarten students includes weekly chapel services, daily devotions, and Bible stories with an emphasis on life skills and character values. Our class size is small, not exceeding 18 students, to ensure students have the dedicated attention of a certified teacher.
Reading readiness Technology Physical Education
Math readiness Music Library
Bible stories Art Spanish
All of our curriculum is based on rigorous educational standards and is reviewed and updated regularly.
Life Skills/Character Values
We focus on sixteen life skills that will help students live in a God-pleasing way.
Caring Curiosity Integrity Problem Solving
Courage Flexibility Organization Resourcefulness
Common Sense Friendship Patience Responsibility
Cooperation Initiative Perseverance Sense of Humor
The Kindergarten class takes a minimum of five curriculum related field trips each school year. These trips include places such as: an orchard, a pumpkin patch, a greenhouse, a theater, and other historic and cultural sites.
Our school library provides a wide range of books, educational media and resources for all grade levels which students can borrow for personal reading, class assignments and projects. In the weekly library class, students learn the basics of library layout and organization as well as research skills and book selection.