K4 & K5 Academics

A Kindergarten child at Cathedral Academy learns in an environment that provides a rich blend of strong academics combined with opportunities for individual and social growth, all from a Christian perspective. Emphasis on a basic foundation in fundamental skills incorporates a variety of active learning experiences to enrich each day. A student develops a love for learning and discovers individual capabilities. Teachers are equipped with the skills to teach, the compassion to nurture, and the creativity to make the academic challenge a road to discovery.

K4 Program

  • Bible Themes: The love of God the Father and the Life of Jesus.
  • Weekly Chapel
  • Challenging academic program, developmentally appropriate, multisensory learning
  • Reading Readiness/Reading Skills
  • Phonics
  • Children’s Literature
  • Hands-on Math featuring manipulatives and active learning experiences
  • Problem solving, application to other curricular areas
  • Science: exploration of God’s world, creation and processes incorporating the child’s sense of wonder and awe
  • Physical Education
  • Art
  • Extended Day Program available

K5 Program

  • Bible: A study of historical and spiritual figures in both the Old and New Testament supported by songs, artwork, and dramatic play; daily prayer, scripture memory, and life application of biblical truths.
  • Chapel: Weekly interactive chapel services designed specifically for elementary students
  • Academics: A challenging academic program that is biblically integrated and developmentally appropriate.
    Challenging academic program, developmentally appropriate, multi-sensory learning
  • Language Arts: A rich, phonics-based program that logically and thoroughly teaches children the foundations of reading and writing.
  • Science: Inquiry Science centering on the orderliness of our world and the joy of discovering God’s plan for his creation: people, weather, seasons, seeds, and animals.
  • Math: Hands-on math featuring problem solving and reasoning with an in depth study of core concepts: number sense, addition, subtraction, word problems, time, money, calendar, measurement, spatial skills, and introductory fractions.
  • Penmanship: A study of the Christian family, good citizenship, communities, our country’s historical foundation, children of the world and their cultures, and basic world geography.
  • Media Center
  • Physical Education
  • Art
  • Music
  • Field trips
  • Extended Day Program available