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Planting foundations for a lifetime

We believe that age has little to do with reading readiness, therefore testing is a key process in our early childhood program.


Through a comprehensive one-on-one diagnostic test, we assess a child's cognitive, coordination, and emotional readiness before determining which level would suit him/her best.

Kindergarten 1 (K1)

Expanding upon ACE's Speaking English with Ace and Christi curriculum, the focus of this program is on a child's fluency and comfort in using English on a day-to-day basis. Additionally, foundational coordination skills are developed to prepare students for Kindergarten 2.


Kindergarten 2 (K2)

Using ACE's Kindergarten with Ace and Christi curriculum, this program fosters the learning of letter sounds, number concepts, and word relationships, this program also places emphasis on strengthening memory, visual, auditory, coordination, and social skills while simultaneously instilling Biblical principles.

Coordination Development Test (CDT)

Administered three times a year (beginning, middle, and end), the Coordination Development Test assesses a child's development in areas such as laterality, gross motor coordination, balance, and many more. Insights gained through this test will be important for a child's reading development.

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