Outstanding Teachers

Our professional staff are dedicated and caring.


Safe Environment

Your child will thrive at Emmanuel.


Lifelong Friendships

Students support and encourage one another.


Interactive Learning

Get the most with hands-on learning and field trips.


Small Classrooms

Get the individualized attention your child deserves.



Give your child a strong foundation for the future.

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  Wee Learn Curriculum  
  A weekday early education (WEE) program is designed to provide opportunities for children to learn about God's world and how to live in it.  
  A Beka Curriculum  
  A Beka Book provides Christian schools with outstanding curriculum and textbooks built on a foundation of academic excellence and Christian character training.  



Our basic curriculum is Wee Learn, a Bible based, developmentally appropriate and age appropriate program for children to learn through play.

  The Wee Learn curriculum utilizes the routine care that infants and toddlers receive (diaper changing, feeding and clothing) to instruct the caregivers to respond to the child with age appropriate and developmentally appropriate statements and songs.
  We incorporate the A Beka curriculum into our classrooms beginning in the two year old class. Our Pre-K (fours and fives) will have more academic opportunities as this program is intended to prepare students to transition into kindergarten and experience readiness for and success in, school and the future.
  Resources are provided for self expression in creative arts and play, and to develop a basis for language arts, science, social studies, math, informal conversations, and chapel once each week. Bible truths are taught through Bible stories and songs.
  Our curriculum is designed to have learning centers with developmentally appropriate activities for all age groups. Our teachers make weekly lesson plans and a monthly calendar. You will receive a calendar, so you will know what your child is doing and how you can participate. Some activities will be child-directed and others teacher-directed.