The pre-school program is a full day program, including time for snack, lunch, recess, and quiet. The curriculum follows OWL's preschool educational program. OWL stands for Opening the World to Learning. Ten domains of learning (Social and Emotional Development, Language and Communication, Emergent Literacy: Reading, Emergent Literacy: Writing, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, Physical Development, and Technology) are integrated across the year through thematic instruction. Eight themes based in science and social studies topics provide integrated assessment and instruction to build children’s skills across the year. The Building Blocks math program is used to extend the math taught through OWL.
Non-academic goals for the year include: making connections and building bridges between home (family) and school (teachers) in order to enrich students’ lives, as well as providing students with experiences that help them to gain self-awareness, thinking skills, communication skills, gross and fine motor skills, and social skills. The religion curriculum for K1 is called God Made the World. Students learn that God made living things, including people, holy things, the earth, and other wonderful surprises.