We Are An Academic Daycare in El Paso, TX You Can Trust
– We teach.
– Students may start Kindergarten if 5 by December.
– Students may start First Grade if 6 by December.
– If child is not in attendance for the week, there’s NO FEE!
1 Year Olds
Having a good time while learning ten major skill areas.
2 Year Olds
“Peabody Early Experience Kit” by American Guidance Services promotes the effective (emotional & social), cognitive (thinking, reasoning & remembering) and linguistic (to 2500 receptive and 1250 expressive words) development.
3 Year Olds
“Let’s Begin with the Letter People” – Builds oral language, vocabulary, phonological awareness, letter identification and print awareness.
4 Year Olds
“Land of the Letter People” – Combines phonemic awareness, the alphabetic principle and predictable and decodable text with literature-based learning.
Can start Kindergarten at age four – “Beginning to Read, Write and Listen” – Read and spell over 500 words, count and write to 1000, first grade math, science and Spanish.
Lippincott’s Basic Reading is no-nonsense approach to skill building. The student becomes confident and motivated. Spelling, language, math, science, social studies and spanish are all part of the curriculum.
ALL COURSES MEET “NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND” REQUIREMENTS
It is the first four years of a child’s education that they must receive the basic learning skills and the love for learning that will carry them throughout the rest of their school experience and beyond. It is the purpose and design of this school to give its students the best possible curriculum, teachers, and learning atmosphere in the child’s most crucial years.
Not all the children are the same and they don’t learn at the same rate. As a child progresses through the school’s program, they will master one learning level before they move on to the next level. This method insures that the student will not miss vital skills and background. Consequently each student will experience success in learning.
Children will be accepted not as little adults, but as little children. We will go to great lengths to develop in each child: self confidence (that is 90% of learning), courage to try new ideas, clear communication skills and work ethics skills to always do their best.
To promote a positive attitude toward learning in the first years of school, the learning must be an exciting adventure. The child must be able to act like a child; they must not be pushed or hindered in new learning and social fields; their programs must be blended together in an effort to work with the child as an unique, whole entity. The child must experience kindness, justice, recognition and acceptance.
The goal of this school is to have its students acquire the important basics and develop, through success, a sense of personal worth and the ability to achieve their total potential.