Early Childhood Program

Hope Lutheran provides a rich and loving environment serving the educational needs of children ages 3-5. For our Early Childhood program, we offer a flexible number of classes to accommodate different schedules.

Our unique curriculum focuses on providing children with the skills they will need to continue their education journey throughout life. We focus on teaching important social and emotional skills, learning through play, and teaching to the whole child. At Hope Lutheran we believe that preschool should be the foundation for inspiring curiosity and exploration, ultimately instilling a love of learning in young children. The curriculum contains many content areas like math, reading and writing, science, and is tailored to the abilities and interests of the children so that they can be leaders in their own development and truly gain a love for learning. Through play, the children in our program learn about their world and how to develop theories and hypotheses about how the things around them work and function. At Hope Lutheran we know that play is an important vehicle for learning and that play is the true work of a child.

Our well-trained teachers have a deep understanding of best practices and developmentally appropriate practice. They facilitate a love of learning and a true curiosity among the children in their classrooms. Throughout the year, the children will study different topics that are applicable to their world and will come to understand many concepts through hands-on activities and teacher-facilitated learning experiences. 

Religion is also a vital component of the curriculum in our Early Childhood program. It is taught through Bible stories to help the children learn the love of Jesus, our Savior.

Hope Lutheran School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship program, and athletic and other school-administered programs.