Reading is the foundation of all learning, and PCA is known for producing phenomenal readers! Using traditional intensive phonics, children move from identifying letter sounds to reading words, sentences, and whole books. Students learn to read starting in K4, and each student is able to read by the end of K5.
Writing in Cursive
Students learn to form beautiful letters with smooth connections, improving their fine motor skills and their understanding of how letters work together.
What students learn in one subject is seamlessly reinforced in other subjects, helping students remember what they have learned and see its relevance.
Kindergartners learn counting and writing numbers 1–100, addition, subtraction, problem solving, time, measure, and even the building blocks of multiplication, geometry, and fractions.
Students love learning about health and safety, doing arts and crafts, studying character traits, meeting community helpers, learning about the world God has created, and developing motor skills and social skills. Your home and car will be filled with the happy voice of your child enthusiastically reciting many poems, songs, and Bible verses learned at school.
Children turning four by January 1 are eligible for K4; children turning five by January 1 are eligible for K5.