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NABS

NABS

4 months – 5 years
At Noah’s Ark Bible School, preschooler’s (ages 4 months – 5 years) learn about God and the world around them that He created along with biblical approach to learning and classroom management. NABS utilizes developmentally-appropriate, curriculum including Wee Learn, Gospel Light and the experience of our highly qualified teachers. The Love & Logic Guidance Philosophy encompasses our approach to learning at NABS.

We provide your child with

A safe, loving atmosphere

Biblically-based curriculum and activities

CPR & First Aid Certified

Low student/teacher ratios

DAYS & HOURS

Tuesdays & Thursdays
8:30 am – 2:00 pm

You are welcome to tour our facilities by appointment, Tuesday & Thursday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.

Call to schedule a tour today!

 

Tuition

$210 | month

$200 each additional child

Our Curriculum

CHAPEL

Daily chapel includes a Bible story, songs, and an offering.

MUSIC | LANGUAGE

Students learn to express themselves through music. Develop cultural awareness by introducing various languages and songs.

PRAISE-N-PLAY

Music and movement helps students build gross motor skills while learning to praise GOD.

KINDERGARTEN READINESS

We help our students recognize colors, shapes, letters & numerals through hands-on learning experiences in the classroom.  Weekly learning themes make each week special & FUN!

SPECIAL EVENTS

Throughout the year we enjoy a number of special events and activities to promote both educational and biblical learning and exploration.

Safety

SAFETY & SECURITY

Each classroom is equipped with a security camera and monitored at the front desk along with a telephone & intercom system in every classroom.

NUT-FREE ZONE

NABS is a “Nut-Free Zone”. This means that we do not allow any kind of nut product to be served in the Preschool Area. This is for the safety of all students, especially those with nut allergies.

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