Students in our kindergarten program begin developing important academic skills in fun and engaging ways. Play, movement, and music are heavily integrated into the classroom in order to help young students grasp new, more advanced concepts.
We believe it’s never too early to begin developing the intellectual, social, and emotional skills that will help children be successful in their academic career and in life. Our kindergarten program uses play as a tool to foster growth in these areas.
Our curriculum makes Bible learning fun and effective. Pre-kindergarten students learn spiritual and life skills through the study of the Fruits of the Spirit. Fruits of the Spirit which is woven throughout the school day.
Learning should be fun, and that’s why a primary goal of our kindergarten curriculum is to nurture a love of learning in our students. From reading and mathematics to science and social studies, our students learn through a hands-on approach to each subject matter.
The work of developing healthy life skills starts early at St. Barnabas. From early in their school career students learn about the Fruits of the Spirit and practice them throughout their school day in a variety of different ways.
It’s never too early to learn about God through Bible study. In a weekly, non-graded class students engage with the stories of major Bible characters and take part in activities which help them understand the underlying lessons in each story.
At SBES, we want all students to aspire for their own personal best. This starts with welcoming parents into the day in the life of an SBES student. Together, parent and child are able to observe and explore the variety of activities available to our students. Come and explore for yourself.