Early Education

Community Christian School offers an Early Education (EE) program for children 6 weeks old through K4 which is fully accredited by AdvancEd, SACS-CASI.  The program is designed to partner with parents in providing quality education and childcare in a safe, loving, Christian environment consistent with Biblical truth.  The school serves as an extension of the home, seeking to educate the whole child: spiritually, cognitively, emotionally, socially, and physically.

The goal of our program is to nurture and encourage every child’s positive self-image in a loving atmosphere.  A Christian environment provides the setting for an early education curriculum that offers opportunities for each child to grow in his or her awareness of the love of God.  Teachers use a hands-on approach when planning the curriculum, and learning centers are an integral part of each day. Our fully accredited nursery and preschool program offers a low student to teacher ratio and small classes where children explore, develop, and interact with other children in a fun, structured setting.

At Community, our commitment is to promote success in school and in life by demonstrating Jesus’ unconditional love through a trusted program that exceeds expectations.

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Our curriculum is designed to integrate Christian principles throughout daily activities and lessons. All teachers are Christians who value the opportunity to share their faith with the children. K3 and K4 classes attend Chapel twice a month for a child-oriented worship service. This special time includes stories and songs about God and His presence in our lives.


To enhance our culturally rich curriculum, each week, all K2, K3 and K4 classes look forward to a special time of introduction to the Spanish language. The age-appropriate curriculum consists of basic words and phrases that are used daily, both in the classroom and at home.


Students go to the computer lab each week for instruction from the Computer Teacher. The curriculum includes learning the proper names and functions of the computer system’s hardware, properly caring for hardware and software, and learning basic computer skills, i.e. using a mouse and keyboard to manipulate paint and storybook programs. Additionally, the students use a variety of multi-media programs to supplement topics and units that support the classroom curriculum.


After School enrichment activities, such as pre-ballet, soccer, piano lessons and tumble classes, are designed for both learning and fun. Classes are designed for after school students at an additional fee.