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ELNS...in a snapshot

At ELNS, our curriculum includes a variety of group and individual activities focusing on fine and gross motor, social, critical thinking and life skills. These skills are developed through indoor and outdoor playtime, story time, music and movement, art, and chapel activities. Our monthly themes include activities and programs that incorporate health habits, science activities, math concepts and age-appropriate reading readiness activities. The curriculum in the Pre K classes is designed to prepare students for kindergarten in either public or private schools and includes aspects of the “Handwriting Without Tears” curriculum. Although the Bible is not taught as part of our classroom curriculum, we do teach by Christian example, include Christian holiday themes, and practice Christian habits such as prayer before meals in our classrooms. In addition, all of our classes enjoy a weekly chapel time with one of the Pastors from Epiphany Lutheran Church. At Epiphany, each child is given ample opportunity to develop physically, emotionally, socially, spiritually and cognitively to his or her greatest potential. This is done in a nurturing atmosphere where the teacher acts as a facilitator who provides hands-on experiences and activities that are appropriate to the individual child’s developmental level.

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What parents are saying

“Great school and affordable pricing. We’ve sent two kids there so far and have been pleased with the caring environment and the way that our boys have grown since attending the school. We saw an immediate difference in their social skills and language development when they started attending school. I really appreciate that, as a working mother, so much of the communication is email-based and event registration is available online. I don’t feel like I miss out on any of the school events or updates with regular weekly emails and monthly electronic newsletters.”
                                                              – Samantha K.