Here at Revolution Christian Academy, our goal is to raise up disciples of God and inspire academic and spiritual growth in every child.
RCA provides an extraordinary education based on fundamental Christian values, and we strive to facilitate an atmosphere of positive learning in order to see each student develop to his or her fullest potential. We are committed to providing a safe place where students will experience a great amount of personal interaction with highly credible and credentialed teachers. Providing the very best curriculum for our students is paramount in their learning endeavors, and students can expect to learn from teachers who are committed to loving and serving each of them.
Starting in August, we will be open Monday-Friday, with classes operating from 8:00-2:30pm. Our 2-day/week classes will meet on Tuesdays+Thursdays, our 3-day/week classes will meet on Mondays+Wednesdays+Fridays, and our 5-day/week classes will meet Monday-Friday. Drop-off will begin at 7:50 each morning, and students must be picked up no later than 2:40.
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Our 2-year-old classroom focuses on the basics of a child's education, such as ABCs, counting to ten, knowing colors, and recognizing shapes. Other key lessons learned through the child's hands-on experience in this classroom are socialization, sharing, and playing well with others. It is not required that children be potty trained before entering this class, but there is a bathroom attached to the classroom for when they are ready. The student-to-teacher ratio in the 2-year-old classroom is 4:1 and the maximum number of children in this classroom is 8.
Our 3-year-old classroom focuses on building upon what the students were taught the prior year preparing them to move up to our kindergarten readiness class. By the end of the year, students should be aware of and following along with classroom expectations, counting to 20, and starting to write their name and ABCs. It is not required that children be potty trained before entering this class, but there is a bathroom attached to the classroom for when they are ready. The student-to-teacher ratio in the 3-year-old classroom is 10:1 and the maximum number of children in this classroom is 10.
Our 4-5-year-old classroom is considered our kindergarten readiness class, and it focuses on preparing the students for kindergarten based on the requirements for the local kindergarten classes. Students in this class will work on reading, writing, and knowing their general information such as their full name, address, and important phone numbers. The student-to-teacher ratio in the 4-5-year-old classroom is 10:1 and the maximum number of children in this classroom is 10.