• The Kindergarten program meets the individual needs of each student and fosters cooperation
    with each other. Students learn to become active Christians and to live what they learn in religion
    class. They begin to discover the gifts God gave them and to strive to do their best. Students
    learn to think for themselves and to use their imaginations. The development and continued
    improvement of gross and fine motor skills are important factors in laying the foundation for
    academic success. The Kindergarten curriculum teaches and builds an array of skills throughout
    the year. Much of the curriculum intertwines, allowing the practice of these skills many times
    throughout the day.