Laying Down the Rails in TK and K
Trinity’s transitional kindergarten and kindergarten programs provide a wonderful foundation for our youngest learners. In both TK and K, class sizes are small. With just 12 students for each of our homerooms, each class is able to offer a rich, age-appropriate curriculum. In addition to the homeroom teacher, each class has a dedicated full-time assistant.
Students in TK and K have the opportunity to benefit from our Singapore Math curriculum; a strong language arts curriculum; weekly classes in music, art, and PE; field trips and special celebrations; and extensive outdoor play.
Read some of the most frequently asked questions about Trinity Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten below.
- What is transitional kindergarten?
- Why are TK and kindergarten partial-day programs?
- What does developmentally appropriate mean?
- Why are the emotional and social developmental stages important?
- What is Charlotte Mason's educational philosophy?
- Will children learn how to read in TK and kindergarten?
- Will children learn handwriting in TK and kindergarten?
- How are our kindergarten children prepared for first grade?