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Ola Academy A-Beka Pre-K Program 2019-2020 School Year
Eligibility: Children must be four years of age on or before September 1st of the current school year.
Open Enrollment for 2019-2020 school year begins Tuesday, February 19th, 2019 at 10:00am Space is limited, enrollment is based on a first come, first serve basis. Legal Parent[s] and/or Guardian[s] must enroll their child/children in person. We will not accept enrollment forms via email, phone, fax or text.
In House Enrollment for 2019-2020 school year will be Monday, February 4th, 2019 at 6:00am for children currently enrolled in our three-year old pre-school program.
Limited space available in our ABeka Pre-K Program. Enrollment forms and fees will secure enrollment for the 2018-2019 school year. We will refer to the waiting list once all spots are filled; all applicants will be called on a first come first serve basis.
Required documents for enrollment:
- Immunization Form (GA 3231)
- Enrollment Fee $137 ($50 registration fee, $80 Abeka Book fee)
- Ola Academy's Abeka Pre-K Program Calendar runs from August through May, and follows the henry county school system calendar;
- A Graduation Program will be scheduled for the end of May and will include a Cap & Gown Ceremony, the graduation fee will be due in March.
- Breakfast, Lunch and afternoon snack in included in the weekly tuition;
- Abeka Pre-k is a full day program.
Ola Academy's Private Pre-K is a traditional option when choosing a program for your child. We use the ABEKA Curriculum, which is a Christian based program that has been developed and refined over a period of fifty years in the classrooms of Pensacola Christian Academy. The ABEKA curriculum teaches children to read through phonics instruction with one-and two-vowel words in small readers. Children learn number concepts 1 to 20 and counting from 1 to 100. The curriculum includes writing, Bible, art, music, poetry, and language development activities.
Educational field trips based on theme related subjects are a part of the program, as well as large and small group learning experiences, center based learning development, and basic skill sets developed and built upon to support and bridge the gap between Pre-k and Kindergarten. A flexible daily schedule is structured around the children's interests and educational needs.
We successfully prepare for Kindergarten by working with children individually, assessing their needs, and implementing a program that builds on their skills. We provide free resources and options to parents for learning disabilities and speech therapy when needed at their request. Family involvement is important in educational development, so we have created many opportunities throughout the year to encourage a strong home-school partnership. We enjoy meeting families at our Grandparent's Day Breakfast, Muffins for Mom, Biscuits with Dad, and Open House. We encourage parents, grandparents and guardians to come in and read to the class during circle time, eat lunch with their child, or chaperone a field trip. We encourage parents to visit their child's class regularly and contribute their time and talents whenever possible!