PreK-3 & PreK-4

With an environment anchored in Christ and designed to encourage exploration and skills development, our Preschool gives children a firm foundation for Kindergarten. We offer  half-day and full-day options that will fit right into your lifestyle.

Pre-K3 Skills Development

  • Motor

    Fine motor skills development with things like painting and building blocks along with gross motor skills development with activities like kicking a ball and hopping on one foot.

  • Readiness

    Encourage reading, math, and conceptual readiness, including colors, shapes, and body parts.

  • Social/ Emotional

    Teachers guide students through appropriate social and emotional interactions, learning respect, sharing, and concern for others.

  • Listening

    Activities like listening to stories to answer questions, or taking instruction from teachers.

  • Music

    Encouraged to sing and repeat rhythms in individual and group activities.

  • Self-Reliance

    Teacher-guided instructions help students to become more independent.

  • Speaking

    Circle time, story time, and teacher/ peer interactions develop the ability to speak clearly and expand vocabulary.

  • Art

    Students participate in art activities, learning to use materials properly and clean-up after each project.

Pre-K4 Skills Development

  • Motor

    Fine motor skills development with things like holding a pencil and using scissors, while gross motor skills are developed with activities like balancing and skipping.

  • Practical

    Learn to say first and last name, as well as their current age.

  • Social/ Emotional

    Teachers guide students through appropriate social and emotional interactions, learning respect, feelings, and good self-image.

  • Listening

    Strengthening listening skills with extended attention span and responding to questions about stories.

  • Self-Reliance

    Teacher-guided instructions help students to become more independent.

  • Speaking

    Circle time, story time, and teacher/ peer interactions develop the ability to wait for their turn and use sentences.

  • Math Readiness

    Learning numbers, categorizing objects, and rote counting.

  • Reading Readiness

    Phonemic and phonics approaches helps children to practice skills that will let them become readers.

  • Work Habits

    Develop ability to follow directions, work in small groups, and not disrupt class.

PreK-3 & PreK-4 Insights

In Our Parent's Words

“From Shy to Confident”

I have watched my shy, quiet little boy turn into a confident, beaming-with-pride little man while attending FCS Preschool.

-Preschool Parent

“Classrooms are Thoughtfully Laid Out”

The classrooms are thoughtfully laid out with numerous areas for self-exploration and group play that cater to the children’s varying interests.

-Preschool Grandparent

“Well-Prepared for Kindergarten”

Our three children left FCS Preschool extremely well prepared — spiritually, academically, and socially — for kindergarten.

-Preschool Parent

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