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Trinity Christian Academy's Curriculum

Trinity Christian Academy utilizes the Highscope Curriculmn. This curriculum is the basis for providing an effective, developmentally appropriate preschool program which embraces teaching in all areas vital to a child’s growth.

TCA's Program

Our program utilizes the High Scope Preschool Curriculum which conforms to the benchmarks established by the Michigan State Board of Education Early Childhood Standards of Quality for Infant and Toddler/ Prekindergarten. Biblical principles are incorporated in the framework of the lessons taught to the children through the implementation of Little Blessings and the ABC Jesus Loves Me Curriculum. 

The Academy program focuses on preparing preschool students for kindergarten. The curriculum supports the belief that preschool children learn best through hands-on experiences and that what some people might consider as “play activities” are essential for building the foundational skills necessary for reading, writing and mathematics as well as Christian character building.  This accounts for the active, sometimes loud, participatory learning environment present in the classrooms each day.

Enriching Our Children

The Academy also provides enrichment activities such as educational field trips, music, art, and seasonal activities (Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Easter, etc.) which are also vital to our children’s school success.

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Our Summer Program

The summer school program at the Academy offers enrichment and fun for our students.  The children participate in a variety of age-appropriate activities including indoor and outdoor play, water games, creative art experiences, science experiments, cooking projects and much more. 

Besides academic skills the activities planned for the students focus on developing or enhancing their communication, motor and social skills as well as promoting independence. Bible stories and other Christian centered activities are also integrated into the Academy’s summer curriculum.