To best prepare your child for success throughout their school career—and life beyond—our Private Kindergarten program focuses on academic skills like:
We also provide your child physical education, fine arts, science, social studies and continued emphasis on Critical Learning Skills.
Additionally, your child will participate in our award-winning, research-based curriculum which includes:
This is a comprehensive reading program proven by a Gold Standard Study to significantly boost student achievement. Journeys provides a dynamic, balanced literacy approach and integrated language arts program that addresses the needs of all students including English language learners, emerging, on-level and advanced readers.
Developed by the University of Chicago School Mathematics Project, Everyday Mathematics® is used by over 4.3 million students across all 50 states. Widely considered to be the most trusted elementary math program in the country, this comprehensive program teaches basic and conceptual thinking using research-based, field-tested strategies and a hands-on approach that focuses on developing children’s understandings and skills in ways that produce life-long mathematical power.
This unique program was developed by an occupational therapist and is specifically designed to help kindergarten children learn how to form letters. The goal of Handwriting Without Tears® is to make handwriting an easy and automatic skill for all students. In fact, research studies have shown that this program improves student’s letter size, letter spacing and overall legibility.
Our Private Kindergarten Program introduces a more formal education while continuing to promote the joy and wonder children have about their world. Aligned with national and state standards, we balance structure and subject-focus with exploration and fun. Low student/teacher ratios allow Tutor Time’s teachers to spend quality time with each child. And a small, secure environment provides a sense of belonging. Your child will love coming to school and you’ll love how much your child learns.
Families receive learning progress reports, and students must meet your state’s Kindergarten entry-age requirement to enroll. This program has limited availability; please contact your local school to inquire about details.