Your Child’s First Step in Formal Education

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Kindergarten is a pivotal year in your child's education and development.

It’s a time when the seeds of academic interest, social skills, and Christian values are sown. It’s also the year when children begin to build the foundations of beginner reading, writing, and math.

Our Kindergarten program is designed to lay a strong groundwork in both academics and character, tailored to meet the unique needs of young (and energetic!) learners. With a focus on individual attention and a nurturing environment, we ensure that each child is known, valued, and loved, setting the stage for a lifelong love of learning and growth.

What Your Student Will Learn

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Biblical Worldview

At CrossLife Christian Academy, we begin each day with Bible lessons, embedding Christian values and teachings into the core of our educational experience. Our aim is for students to not just learn about God’s Word but to learn how to live it out courageously.

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Social and Emotional Skills

Recognizing the importance of social and emotional development, we provide ample opportunities for children to interact with their peers as well as students in other grades during play times. These interactions help kindergartners develop essential skills like relationship building, emotional regulation, and conflict resolution.

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Early Literacy and Numeracy Skills

In Kindergarten, we focus on developing foundational reading and writing skills through small group instruction, tailored to meet each student at their level. Our approach to math is multisensory, ensuring students grasp basic counting, addition, and subtraction through engaging, hands-on activities.

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Independent Problem Solving

Using social and emotional learning tools, we guide students towards independent problem-solving, a skill they practice and refine through play, class activities, and peer interactions.

What Kindergartners Experience at CrossLife Christian Academy

Caring Teachers

Dedicated to your child’s personal, academic, and spiritual growth

Christian Environment

Chapel services, Bible lessons and memory verses, and staff that live out their faith

Fun Activities & Experiences

Adopt-a-pet program, Spanish, Christmas Around the World unit, Christmas program, holiday parties, author party, field trips, etc.

Large & Small Group Learning

Enabling teachers to meet the students where they are at in their learning

Your child can experience a Kindergarten year that’s fun, fruitful, and faith-filled.

Non-discriminatory Admissions Policy

CrossLife Christian Academy practices a non-discrimination enrollment policy and admits students of any race, color, religious, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of our school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national, or ethnic origin in its administration of educational policies, admissions policies, athletic, or other school-administered programs.

The MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) test is a three-part assessment used to evaluate the growth and proficiency of K-12 students in math, reading, and language usage. Scores are measured against national grade-level standards.

CrossLife conducts MAP testing in the fall, winter, and spring of each school year.