Rich Hands-on Learning

For our Pre-Kinder students, this is a time to explore and discover God’s many wonders. Our hands-on, child centered curriculum is designed to provide an enriched Pre-Kinder experience. It is our goal that each child experience joy in learning.

There is a distinct emphasis on character development as the principles of God’s Word are applied to the child’s daily living experiences. Biblical principles are incorporated into our rich academic program so that children may begin to develop a Christian Worldview.

Parents are given many opportunities to participate in their child’s learning experiences at school. We encourage parents to help as volunteers for special classroom events as well as participate in field trips. Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held in October and March to discuss student growth/progress.


Pre-Kindergarten Readiness Checklist

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A Day in the Life of Pre-K

Watch a short video to get a glimpse into our Pre-K classroom and meet some of our joyful students. 

Hear first hand about the daily activities and life lessons learned here at SACS.  Above all else, see how we foster spiritual growth in children beginning in Pre-K.

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A student must be at least four (4) years of age on September 1st of the school year for Pre-Kinder. SACS adheres to the Texas Education Agency guidelines for entrance age into Pre-Kinder. The Pre-Kinder program is exempt from state oversight and is accredited/monitored by the Association of Christian Schools International. We are committed to ongoing self-monitoring for compliance.

Areas of Study


The Bible program consists of Bible stories, singing songs of praise, reciting memory verses, and praying. Familiar Bible stories from both the Old and New Testaments are used to teach the recurring theme that God loves us. A heart for missions and the needs of others is developed through mission projects and correspondence with the class missionary.

Language /Phonics

The language skills in our curriculum include conversation, vocabulary development, book and print awareness, phonemic awareness, letter identification and writing. Kinesthetic activities help students learn to form letters and develop fine motor skills.


The mathematics skills in our curriculum include number sense, numeration, spatial sense, measurement, geometry, and patterns. Children are introduced to beginning math concepts through a hands-on program using manipulatives, movement, literature, and songs.


In this course, students will explore Botany through experiential learning activities. They will celebrate the wonder of God's creation and His unique design of plants on Earth and explore what makes each plant unique as their place is celebrated in the world God created. 

  • Music
  • STEM
  • Art
  • Physical Education
  • Library
  • Creative Play
  • Motor Skill Play
  • Cooking
  • Center Learning & Exploratory Time

Curriculum Ojectives

The Pre-Kindergarten curriculum incorporates all domains of learning:

  • Social-Emotional
  • Cognitive
  • Language
  • Communication
  • Physical Development

This comprehensive curriculum integrates language and literacy skills through rich content in social studies and science, favorite children’s books, non-fiction books, songs, and poems.

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Areas of Study

Grandparent's Day

100th Day of School

Classics Bowl

Service Projects

Field Trips

Field Day

Rodeo Days

Thanksgiving Feast

Chick-fil-a Day