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CCP Our Philosophy

CCP Our Philosophy

ccp-wagon-filled-with-flowersBut Jesus called them unto him and said,
"Suffer the little children to come unto me,
and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of God.
Luke 18:16

In partnership with ACSI, Christ Community Preschool upholds a worldview that is based on principles found in God's Word, the Bible. Our staff align their prevailing biblical worldview in all areas of instruction, classroom environment and developmentally appropriate practices.

Our staff is carefully chosen and screened to meet your child’s needs. Each teacher is trained and skilled in developing each child’s potential to the fullest. Staff members are certified in CPR and emergency first aid. The staff feels it is a privilege to serve the Lord through this area of Children’s Ministries.


Our Goals For Your Children

Our goal is to provide a quality, safe environment and program consistent with the highest standards which will allow each child to develop at their own rate of speed.

1. To provide a Christ-like atmosphere and program in which the child can learn to live a biblical way of life.
2. To help the child develop a love for others.
3. To help the child develop a love for God and bring them to the point of accepting Jesus as their personal Savior.

1. To protect the health and safety of each child and help them to develop physically.
2. To encourage the development of large and small muscles.
3. To help the child learn good health habits.

1. To develop the feelings of competence and satisfaction in the mastery of new skills.
2. To build a positive attitude towards education for the present and future.
3. To help the child develop a sense of responsibility.
4. To stimulate the child's curiosity and imagination and contribute to their development of ideas and concepts.
5. To encourage the child to gain a deeper understanding, a greater awareness, and appreciation of the world around them.

1. To help the child develop a sense of self-acceptance.
2. To provide an environment that will foster a sense of security in the child.
3. To help the child express themselves and rid themselves of hostility and tension in a socially-acceptable manner.
4. To help the child learn to accept change and disappointment.
5. To help the child understand the rudiments of democratic living.

1. To expose the child to basic academic skills without bringing them to the point of frustration.
2. To challenge the child and instill in them a zeal for learning.
3. To prepare the child for kindergarten through a developmentally appropriate academic program.