FCS's Toddler Program and preschool provide early education for children ages 18 months through five years old. The program structure is organized by age and development to ensure that children are engaging in developmentally appropriate learning practices. As children grow and learn, the environment, curriculum, and approaches to learning progressively prepare the child for successful school readiness.
Play is utilized as an essential function of the learning process in all FCS preschool classrooms. Our teaching staff utilizes their years of experience, educational background, and love of the Lord to build a developmentally appropriate community of learning in every classroom. We believe that our teachers are the facilitators of learning, and through their skill sets of expanding thought processes, scaffolding, integrating concepts, and models of high Christian character, children gain access to an extraordinary education.
The learning environment is strategically developed to entice and engage children in the learning process. Teachers plan curricula and utilize the classroom’s learning centers by intentionally selecting materials that engage children to ensure that developmental objectives and goals are achieved.
Social-emotional development is the foundation through which early learners later access academic learning. The Teaching Pyramid Model provides a framework for teaching children how to identify, process, articulate, and problem-solve through their emotions. Teachers also focus on the child’s ability to cooperate, take turns, negotiate, follow multi-step directions, and build all essential measures of development that create pathways in the brain for future learning.
We believe that in order to best serve our children's educational needs, we must honor their parents as their first teachers. We take every opportunity to invite our families to participate in our program through special events and celebrations.
Fremont Christian School accepts students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin and grants to them all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to all students at the school. It does not racially discriminate in the acceptance of students or in the employment of its faculty and staff. It does not discriminate in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, or athletic and other school-administered programs. To do so would be in violation of Christian principles as set forth in God’s Word, the Bible.
- Toddler (2.5:12)
- Young Preschool (2.5:18)
- Preschool (2.5:24)
- Junior Kindergarten (2.5:24)
FCS offers a variety of different ways to experience our campus, from private tours to open houses.
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