2021-22 applications still open for 2.5 - 5 year olds
What's Special About 3rd Grade at Capstone Christian Academy?
In 3rd grade, students begin to ask more questions and their natural curiosity is harnessed to foster critical thinking skills. Students’ individual talents really start to reveal themselves and are encouraged by the teaching staff at Capstone alongside the intentional development of leadership skills to help students to view themselves as individuals called by God to positively change the world around them. In our private 3rd grade curriculum, students’ reading skills develop far enough that they are able to conquer more challenging chapter books and learn to read subjects outside of their immediate interests. Students begin to have a stronger understanding of Christian identity and are better equipped to answer challenging moral questions from a biblical worldview.
For 2.5 to 3-year-olds. A program designed to give you complete confidence in every aspect of your child’s experience.
For 4-year-olds. The year before kindergarten is an important stage, and we want your child to enjoy it while building the right skills for the steps ahead.
For 5-year-olds who are waiting to start kindergarten. Capstone has created a student-centered and individualized approach designed to make sure they are ready.
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The 3rd Grade Learning Experience
3rd grade is a time when students’ understanding of basic concepts grows dramatically more nuanced. Our Christian 3rd grade curriculum guides young students as they develop an understanding of their unique place in the community. 3rd grade classes also encourage students to challenge themselves creatively, academically, and in personal character growth as they begin to fill their shoes as eager servants of God. The discoveries students make in 3rd grade will stay with them for the rest of their lives.