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Tomorrow's Promise Christian SchoolTomorrow's Promise Christian School
To prepare God’s children mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually to appreciate and live responsibly in this world for the Glory of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To provide students with an opportunity to learn new skills with a t... Read more
To prepare God’s children mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually to appreciate and live responsibly in this world for the Glory of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To provide students with an opportunity to learn new skills with a tactile, visual, physical and auditory based approach whenever possible.
Tomorrow's Promise Christian School is a Preschool through Kindergarten non-denominational school. We have programs for children ages 24 months - 6 years old.
Admission is on a first come first serve basis. However, currently enrolled students and children of staff members will have the priority to be placed for the next school year.
Because we believe that early childhood is a critical time in the development of children's foundational perceptions of themselves, of others, and our Lord, TPCS has established a program designed to meet the needs of young children and to promote their development both spiritually and educationally.
The program at TPCS is based on a belief that God created each child as a unique individual with his or her own developmental timetable. Thus we accept each child as an individual, allowing for differences in skills and interests while encouraging well-rounded development in every facet of the child's life. The primary source of learning for young children is play, in which they have opportunities to explore the world around them and to develop new levels of competence.
Their play experiences enable children to organize and understand themselves and their world. Because learning is an interactive process, teachers prepare an environment in which children may learn through active exploration and interaction with adults, with other children, and with materials.
Since children learn most effectivly through hands-on matierals and activities, the curriculum is designed to provide first hand experiences in a variety of subject areas.