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Pre-School Academics

Language Arts

Students in the preschool program will experience a multitude of approaches to learning language, writing, spelling and reading. Each student will:
  • Learn to express themselves in various ways including verbal and written avenues.
  • Learn to listen, speak, read and write at their appropriate age level.
  • Learn to solve problems, share information, play with language and communicate ideas and much more!


In the preschool program, students further their understanding of Mathematics through exploration. The students will:
  • Recognize, count and write numbers on a daily basis.
  • Use Mathematics to solve problems.
  • Learn very basic mathematical concepts.


Children have a natural curiosity about the world that surrounds them. The goals of the preschool science program revolve around encouraging that curiosity while providing direction. The students will:
  • Make meaningful connections between the earth and its inhabitants.
  • Explore the properties of the earth, like soil and rock.
  • Explore the world as it pertains to sight, sound, smell, taste and texture.

Social Studies

Students at this age level are just beginning to understand their roles and responsibilities as a young boy or girl. The social studies program is designed to expand that understanding as it relates to small groups, the community, our country and the world. The students will:
  • Develop a basic understanding of the world through maps and globes.
  • Learn to work together with other students in a social and educational setting.
  • Learn and respect different cultures and their heritage.

All Preschool classes engage in Art, Physical Education, Library and Music on a weekly basis.
Student Enrollment Policy

Harvest Preparatory School recruits and admits students of any race, color or ethic origin to all its rights, privileges, programs and activities. In addition, the school will not discriminate on the basis of race, color or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational, athletic, or extracurricular programs. Furthermore, the school is not intended to be an alternative to court-ordered, administrative agency-ordered, or public school district-initiated programs.”
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