Curriculum overviewWe believe it's never too early to begin developing the intellectual, social, and emotional skills that will help children be successful in their academic career and in life. Our kindergarten program uses play as a tool to foster growth in these areas.
Cultivating an inner spiritual lifeOur curriculum makes Bible learning fun and effective. Pre-kindergarten students learn spiritual and life skills through the study of the Fruits of the Spirit. Fruits of the Spirit, which is woven throughout the school day.
A multi-disciplinary ApproachEveryday, pre-kindergarten students attend special area classes that include: art, music, physical education, library, and Spanish.
Curriculum OverviewLearning should be fun, and that’s why a primary goal of our kindergarten curriculum is to nurture a love of learning in our students. From reading and mathematics to science and social studies, our students learn through a hands-on approach to each subject matter.
Building strong characterThe work of developing healthy life skills starts early at St. Barnabas. From early in their school career students learn about the Fruits of the Spirit and practice them throughout their school day in a variety of different ways.
INTRODUCING Bible education earlyIt’s never too early to learn about God through Bible study. In a weekly, non-graded class students engage with the stories of major Bible characters and take part in activities which help them understand the underlying lessons in each story.
Each week we host a school community chapel service including a time of worship and a life-giving lesson that fosters students in their spiritual growth.
Our enrichment program offers students the opportunity to dive deeper into some of the subjects from their curriculum.
The adventurer INSIDE ALL OF US
The unique adventures that each student can experience while reading is an experience of a lifetime. Teaching kids to love language arts from an early age is essential to their development at all levels. From the very beginning, our teachers help students know that they are here to succeed.