Pre-Kindergarten

Pre-K classes teach early learners how God would have them socialize with others. They learn how to listen and learn, how to communicate well, and how to care for themselves. They engage in the pursuit of learning and play that is age appropriate, while building a firm foundation in academics with an emphasis on vocabulary. Classes in Spanish and music enrich the learning experience along with physical education classes and recesses that serve to develop physical agility and strength.

Kindergarten

Kindergarten teachers seek to build the supporting pillars for learning. Students are led to explore math through the use of concrete manipulatives. They learn to identify numbers, write numbers, and understand 1 to 1 correspondence.  Students develop phonemic awareness, decoding, end coding skills and become familiar with sight words.  

Age appropriate comprehension skills and vocabulary skills are enhanced. Students attend classes in Spanish and music.  Structured physical education classes and recesses serve to develop physical agility and strength.

Early Elementary : Grades 1-3

Teachers use modern learning techniques to lead students in learning to read, write, calculate and explore nature with plenty of time to sing, dance, draw, play and laugh. Classes are small which allow students to receive the individual attention each student needs.  

iPads and MacBooks are used to reinforce learning and provide students with a world of educational tools and experiences. Classes in Spanish and music are utilized to enrich the learning experience. Structured physical education classes and recesses serve to develop physical agility and strength while promoting fun.

Elementary : Grades 4-5

A balanced curriculum and movement of students between two teachers allow for instruction in language arts, math, science, and social studies.  Small classes allow for differentiation and collaboration.  Hands-on technology tools enhance the firm foundations in academics.  

Classes in Spanish, music and art enrich the learning experience. Structured physical education classes and recesses serve to develop physical agility and strength while promoting fun.

Elementary Organizations & Clubs

  • National Honor Society; average score of 90 is required from previous year’s grades
  • School Ambassadors
  • Chorus
  • Annual Art Competition
  • Annual Drama Presentation

Elementary Academic Competitions 

  • Scripps National Spelling Bee
  • Zane Blozer National Handwriting Contest
  • Science Olympiad
  • National Geographic Geography Bee

All of Prattville Christian Academy’s elementary school teachers are certified.