Early Childhood

EC04Early Childhood education provides the strong foundation necessary for the spiritual, academic, and social development of each child. They will learn how to adjust to a school environment, where they will be taught and trained to be able to help themselves. Teachers help students to build relationships with others using Biblical principles.

Our nurturing school environment develops a love of learning and allows each child to experience God's love as they express themselves academically, emotionally, and spiritually. Our program is developmentally appropriate and intellectually engaging for children.

The subjects that students learn about are Bible, pre-reading, and math. Students also have the opportunity to explore their interests in Music, Art, and PE classes.



Highlights of Early Childhood Program:

  • Daily prayer & Scripture memorization
  • EC Chapel once a week
  • Phonics: Upper and lower case, sounds & letter formation
  • Pre-Math
  • Saxon Math, covering addition and subtraction facts
  • Music, Art, and PE classes
  • Field Trips five times a year


  • Routines and expectations of school
  • Bible
  • Nursery Rhymes & Vowels
  • Pre-Math skills
  • Field trips: Jendela Alam, Bale Seni Barli, Dorkas
  • Retirement House


  • Bible
  • Letters, upper case, lower case, and sounds (Phonics), and letter formation
  • Math: Saxon K
  • Field trips: Bio Laktasari, Fire Station,
  • Giant Supermarket


  • Bible
  • Phonics; blending (3 and 4 letter words) and reading
  • Math: Saxon-1
  • Field trips: Domino Pizza, RSCK, Spice Bale Pare


Minimum Entrance Standards



At least 3 years old by August 31st
Able to feed self

At least 4 years old by August 31st
Able to sit or participate in group activities
Knows some colors, shapes, letters, and numbers

At least 5 years old by August 31st
Able to hold and use pencil correctly
Able to write name, recite alphabet, and count to 10


Note: In the best interest of our new students, children applying to Early Childhood will participate in a screening which gives the teachers an overall view of the child's readiness and skill level.


  • Early Childhood Area
  • Eight spacious classrooms
  • Playground, mini soccer field
  • Indoor Gym and Chapel Room


Parents Participation:
CBCS believes in "In Loco Parentis," which means that the school supports parents in training and teaching their children in the way of the Lord. We can only be effective when we work together to establish mutual goals, clear communication, and most of all, a shared trust.