Preschool, Pre-K,
and Jr. Kindergarten

God's Fingerprints

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The early childhood years are crucial for the sound spiritual, emotional, social, intellectual, and physical development of every child. We founded God’s Fingerprints Christian Preschool to address these needs and provide all of our students with a top-quality, Christ-centered education filled with love, affirmation, learning, and fun.

Our goal is to teach Christian Bible truths and to give families a Christian education alternative and a source for spiritual growth. Our programs provide children with a loving, nurturing environment. Children are allowed to explore and experiment, using their five senses, with a variety of materials within a structured environment.

School Year

Classes begin the day after Labor Day in September and continue until the Wednesday before Memorial Day in May. During the school year, we observe the following holidays: Thanksgiving and the day following, the week of Christmas, the week of New Year’s, conference days, Martin Luther King Day, Presidents Day, Spring Break (1 week), Good Friday, and the Monday after Easter.


In our Preschool program, children are provided with manipulative materials to enhance their learning. Fine motor skills are introduced through activities such as coloring, tracing, cutting and assembling. Children are introduced to shapes, colors, numbers, songs, finger plays, letters, and Bible stories. Unit studies provide opportunities for students to expand their knowledge of the world.


Pre-Kindergarten prepares four-year-old students for kindergarten. Fine motor skills are enhanced through more detailed coloring, increased use of scissors, and printing of letters. Children are exposed to a variety of learning techniques to help them recognize letters and the sounds each make. Math concepts, shapes, opposites, rhyming, Bible stories, songs, finger plays, and other pre-reading concepts round out a fun, stimulating program. Although all of the classes are basically the same and prepare children well for kindergarten, the extended-day classes provide curriculum enhancements through activities in unit studies and other areas.

Junior Kindergarten

This unique program is designed for the child who is five years old by October 1 of the school year and who could go on to Kindergarten, but whose parents would like them to have another year of maturity before beginning their primary education. To make this determination, a child’s emotional, social, physical, and academic development should be considered. Many parents of children with spring and summer birthdays opt for this class. We use the ABeka curriculum for academics and supplement the program with art, music, and structured free play. Central to our program is the Bible curriculum, which helps children build strong Christian character.