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“Knowledge in the classical sense is particularly dependent on knowing the underlying causes which produce a thing and describe why it necessarily must be so.” - Clark & Jain, The Liberal Arts Tradition

Transition

Led by Ms. Kristin and Ms. Lynnette, pre-K students at Holy Trinity Classical Christian School transition from the rotational learning they experienced in the 2 and 3 year-old classes to that of class learning through the Memoria Press curriculum, mirroring that of the grammar school.

 

Instructions are given to the class as a whole, and students then work individually on the assignment simultaneously.

 

Several workbooks are incorporated for pre-k students to practice proper formation of letters and numbers as part of instilling strong penmanship early on.

 

Just like older students in the grammar school, pre-k students retrieve and put away their books, taking out their folders daily.

 

Sight words and word families are introduced in the spring semester.

 

Pre-k students at Holy Trinity Classical Christian School partake in weekly music and physical education classes taught by grammar school teachers who visit the preschool campus.

 

Students attend chapel weekly, led by Holy Trinity Classical Christian School Headmaster Rev. Chad E. Lawrence, in addition to increased scripture recitations.

 

By the end of the academic year, our pre-k students are exceptionally well prepared to make a smooth transition into the grammar school as kindergartners.

 

For more information about Holy Trinity Classical Christian’s Preschool program, please contact Preschool Director, Addy-Jo Hofmann.