The Early Childhood Program values the whole child and stresses social and emotional learning in an environment that values God’s word, diversity, intelligence and school success. Play is a key factor in creating strong language and communication ability, critical thinking, problem solving and executive functioning.

When children start their Early Childhood journey at Redeemer, a partnership begins between the family and the School. Children learn to function outside their family setting, often for the first time. As the children grow, we place an emphasis on the learning process with a balance of opportunities for small group, large group and individual learning experiences. Through play the children integrate all types of learning—physical, social, language development, emotional, and intellectual.

Research has shown that students will have a love of learning if parents and teachers work together to understand the unique qualities of each child. Together we will discuss your child’s strengths and learning styles. Our Early Childhood Programs foster a home-school relationship in order to create a learning environment for children to develop to their fullest potential in a loving Christ centered atmosphere.

Early Childhood Programs

Age 12 months – 4 Years

During the earliest years of education, children learn to develop outside their family setting, building confidence and independence through creative play. Redeemer’s Early Childhood Programs ensure that students learn more than just the basics. Our students learn a lifetime love for exploration through hands-on activities that build appreciation for the environment, healthy eating, community outreach, and Christian values. We invite you to examine our wide range of Early Childhood Programs and how they foster our students’ emotional, social, and cognitive development.