A child’s first experience at school is an important landmark event in a student’s life. And we believe kindergarten is the best time to introduce students to the classroom setting and life at Heritage Oak School.

Heritage Oak offers kindergarten classes with flexible half‐ and full‐day options, parents can choose how to best transition their child into the classroom. Our small intimate setting allows for a truly personal and caring experience that is well balanced for optimal student growth, emotionally and spiritually as well as academically.

Emphasis in the kindergarten classroom focuses on building healthy relationships and confidence, establishing routines, developing fine motor skills, strong academic basics in phonics, reading, math, memory work, discovery-based and hands‐on‐learning as well as various field trips into the community. These are hallmarks of the Heritage Oak Kindergarten experience. We highly encourage all families to sign up for a tour to see our kindergarten first hand to experience the joy and excitement that awaits your child!

The K5 program at Heritage Oak School is designed for students who have turned 5 years old by Sept. 1 prior to enrollment

Program Highlights:

  • Designed for 5-6 years old who are Kindergarten Ready.kindergarten christian schools in california
  • Flexible half and full day option
  • Small classroom size with low student to teacher ratio
  • Bible-based instruction from caring Christian faculty members
  • Preparation for Heritage Oak's Lower School program
  • Emphasis on building healthy relationships and personal confidence, establishing routines, continued development of gross and fine motor skills, phonics instruction, and hands on learning
  • Afternoon rest period
  • Multiple outdoor recess opportunities daily

Enrollment Requirements & steps:

  • Student must be 5 years old by Sept. 1 prior to enrollment
  • Parents profess faith in Jesus Christ
  • Complete Admission Packet include Pastoral Reference (demonstrating Church Affiliation and regular attendance)
  • Parent and new student "Meet and Greet" with Admission Director
  • Parent "New Family Consultation" with Committee 

Family Responsibilities upon acceptance:

  • Parenting Class (twelve weeks in the fall for late enrollment or spring for advanced enrollment)
  • Parent Job (3 hourse a week per family)
  • Fundraising ($1500/year)
  • Parent Academy Attendance (4-5 times per year)

Traditional Kindergarten Schedule:

Mornings 8:15am ‐ 12:30pm

  • Bible & Worship
  • Memory Period
  • Saxon Math Meeting
  • Phonics First® Instruction & Reading
  • Introduction to Cursive
  • Various art activities
  • Lunch & Recess 

Afternoons 12:30pm ‐ 3:30pm

  • Rest Time
  • Science ‐ Land Animals
  • Social Studies ‐ Community Helpers
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