Pre-K 3 & Pre-K 4
LCS offers high quality, Christian-based early childhood education for children from three to five years old. Our preschool classrooms provide an academic environment that is fun, nurturing, and cognitively stimulating to set young children on a path for academic success. Children are engaged in cognitive, social-emotional, and spiritual development. We allow students opportunities to explore their world with creative play while developing the vital learning skills and academic concepts they need in kindergarten and beyond. Our goal is to provide an atmosphere that encourages both social and academic development.
LCS is a CCAP provider, meaning financial assistance is available through the State of Colorado for families in need. Our Pre-K classes are licensed by the State of Colorado.
Pre-K 3: Children must turn 3 by their first day of school.
Pre-K 4: Children must turn 4 by October 5th
Maximum student-to-teacher ratio:
Pre-K 3: 10:1
Pre-K 4: 12:1
The first bell is at 8:00 AM. Students are tardy at 8:15 AM.
Pre-K 3: Full day dismissal is at 3:00 PM.
Pre-K 4: Full day dismissal is at 3:00 PM.
The early education day begins with praise and worship, a Bible story, calendar review, and the weather.
Additional subjects addressed during the day may include colors, shapes, numbers (recognition and counting), phonics (letter and sound recognition), character development, art, cutting skills, center time, free play, following directions and social skills.
Longmont Christian School primarily uses the Abeka curriculum, which is comprehensive in phonics, reading-readiness skills, letter and number recognition. We have a Bible class every day, Bible memorization weekly, and a chapel service led by Mr. Stoecker.
Abeka materials have been developed as a result of 50 years of actual classroom experience in the Pensacola Christian Academy, one of America’s largest and most respected Christian day schools. Their publications are built upon the firm foundation of scriptural truth and are written by dedicated and talented Christian scholars who are well grounded in the practical aspects of classroom teaching.
Classes may include music, art, physical education and computers.
Pre-K 3 students learn their numbers: 1 - 10, study phonics through a Letter of the Week, and practice handwriting with upper case letter formation.
Pre-K 4 students learn their numbers 1 - 20, study phonics with reading groups, and practice handwriting with all letters and in writing their first and last name.