Early Childhood Education
At Oak Hill, we promote the development of the whole child. Our Early Childhood Education program provides a thoughtfully planned and appropriately challenging curriculum, which seeks a balance between active child-initiated learning and teacher-directed instruction. Language, motor, social, emotional, spiritual, and cognitive growth are all major considerations in our classrooms.
As Early Childhood educators, it is our responsibility to create a classroom environment that is respectful of the child and encourages ongoing family involvement that helps children understand, solidify, and build on the world they know. We provide parents with numerous opportunities to participate in their child’s learning. Through our teacher communications, parents are kept informed and are encouraged to engage in the daily activities at Oak Hill. Parents are invited to volunteer for cafeteria or playground duty, chaperone on field trips, and support their child in performing community service, which is a part of the religious education of each child at Oak Hill.
Junior Kindergarten 3 and 4 families have two scheduling options as we offer 5 full days or 5 half days.