Welcome to Pathfinders !

In Ms. Amber’s Monday class we will focus on handwriting, reading readiness, math, science, and social studies all while building character. We will learn how to work together and have fun doing it! You’re student will enjoy their time in class and come home with plenty of samples and projects to show you what they have done and for you to provide to your HST.

Class Day: Monday

Class Time: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Duration: 8/19/19 - 12/09/19 (15 weeks) Click here to view Fall 2019 Calendar.

Cost: Tuition is $500 per semester, supplies fee included.

To register for classes, click here.

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Make new friends!

Much of your Kindergartner’s learning takes place through his or her social interactions. While teaching the core subjects of reading, writing, and arithmetic are important, developmentally students between the ages of 3 and 6 are absorbing so much new information through play and social connections with peers. Therefore, educators and parents must not discount the value of social skills development through play. Click the button below to read an interesting article about this topic.


Build character!

Each bi-weekly lesson taught in our Kingdom Kids Kindergarten class focuses on a specific theme and is accompanied by a Scripture verse and character trait. During our devotional time, students participate in various interactive lessons to gain a better understanding of God’s word and an opportunity to practice what they have learned. Check out the video to see character building in action!


Learn cool stuff!

Our Kingdom Kids lessons are based on bi-weekly themes that all kids love! Some favorites are Creepy Crawlers & Things with Wings, Body Talk (body systems & healthy lifestyle), Everyday Heroes, and many more! Lessons are taught using a cross-curricular approach (ie. art projects often include writing, etc.) and are designed to appeal to all types of learning styles visual, auditory, kinesthetic, etc.). Read the article below to learn more about different styles of learning and how to appeal to each.