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What is the difference between Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten?

Kindergarten is designed for students ready for a full day program and are at least 5 years old by September 1. Located at our 6 Loker Street campus, Kindergarten engages in advanced math with Saxon 1, and Wilson Fundations 1. Students participate in Logic, Social Studies, Science, Music, Art, PE, and more. 

Transitional Kindergarten, located at our Elmwood campus, is designed for children ready for a Kindergarten curriculum and either miss the birthday cut-off date, or would benefit from a little more time to be ready for our Kindergarten program. TK5 is designed for children ages 4.7-5.2 by the beginning of the school year. They participate in the Kindergarten level Saxon Math program, and Wilson Fundations. 

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What does Kindergarten Readiness look like?

Kindergarten is designed for students ready for a full day program and are at least 5 years old by September 1. Located at our 6 Loker Street campus, Kindergarten engages in advanced math with Saxon 1, and Wilson Fundations 1. Students participate in Logic, Social Studies, Science, Music, Art, PE, and more. 

Transitional Kindergarten, located at our Elmwood campus, is designed for children ready for a Kindergarten curriculum and either miss the birthday cut-off date, or would benefit from a little more time to be ready for our Kindergarten program. TK5 is designed for children ages 4.7-5.2 by the beginning of the school year. They participate in the Kindergarten level Saxon Math program, and Wilson Fundations. 

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