Daily Schedule

Children are escorted to and from the building at the beginning and end of each day. After being escorted in, each class follows a set schedule to cover the following interest centers.

Large Motor
Indoor and outdoor areas are available to work with children in building large motor skills according to the appropriate developmental level.

Children participate in a daily cooking project, providing opportunities to learn math and science skills, increase vocabulary and discover new tastes.

Activities include listening and moving to a variety of music, singing, and playing rhythm instruments.

Creative Arts
Each child is encouraged to explore their creativity with a variety of art experiences exploring color, shapes and textures.

The children are given opportunities to explore and experiment with a variety of materials.


Registration & Enrollment

CDLC is a Christian preschool that runs from September to May.Children must be at least 3 years old by December 1 of the school year for which they are applying.

Class Size

Our teacher-student ratio is one to ten. Classes, formed according to age, are typically comprised of children whose birthdates are within months of each other.

2-day classes:

  • Tuesday & Thursday, All Day & AM

3-day classes:

  • Monday, Wednesday & Friday, All Day, AM & PM

5-day classes:

  • Monday-Friday, All Day & AM

Morning Classes: 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Afternoon Classes: 12:45 PM – 3:15 PM

All Day classes: 9:00 AM – 3:15 PM


Five Facets of Growth

Spiritual Growth
We celebrate each child as a gift from God. Our curriculum seeks to incorporate Christian values through teachable moments, Bible stories and songs.

Social Growth
We encourage children to work together and show respect for one another in social and play situations. Our focus is to encourage a positive self-image while building the skills of independence.

Emotional Growth
Preschool children are constantly exploring their emotions and ways in which to channel their thoughts and feelings. We strive to provide the tools children need to gain emotional growth while working and playing together in group situations.

Physical Growth
Children are given the opportunity to grow and develop physically in the areas of fine and large motor skills. We build on the natural abilities of each child while offering challenges and opportunities for success.

Cognitive Growth
Teachers carefully plan and develop curriculum based on the emerging needs and interest of their class. Daily plans focus on providing opportunities for children to explore and learn basic skills such as problem solving, classification and recognition, the essential framework for future successes in reading, writing, math, science, art, music and social studies.