Primer School


At this stage, play is their work!

Our youngest students are growing intellectually, physically, emotionally, relationally, and spiritually, so the care they receive as young children is vital to their later success. Pre-Kindergarten at The Classical Academy provides an inspiring introduction to classical education for little minds. Children attend school two half days a week and continue learning at home on the other days. Optional extension material is given to complete at home with a parent. The two campus days and two home enrichment days provide a solid foundation for kindergarten.

At this stage, play is their work! The Pre-Kindergarten day is full of fine arts, Scripture, language arts, phonics and math. Reading readiness includes a multi-sensory phonics program, and math is taught using hands-on activities that incorporate auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning modes. Play-based centers give children opportunities to engage in art, music, dramatic play, and sensory exploration.

What Your Child Will be Doing in Pre-Kindergarten


Students are immersed in classic works of literature, art, music, and poetry


Creative movement, games, songs, and crafts


Hands-on multi-sensory learning, and whole-brain integration learning techniques are woven into each lesson


Memory and recitation of Scripture passages and poetry


Students enjoy enrichment activities and art projects based off of classic children’s literature such as The Little Red hen, Curious George, Corduroy, The Runaway Bunny and more!


Gentle introduction to phonics & math


Bible stories & character training

What Parents Are Saying…

“Seeing our five-year-old daughter beam with pride after her first recite night was priceless.”

“Miss Courtney has a huge heart and truly loves each one of the children in her classroom. The joy is obvious.”

“Our son started at the school in year three of its six year history. We often say that we wish he could have been there from preK-12”
” The teachers and Head of School not only know my kids by name, but love them like they are their own.”