Below you will find answers to frequently asked questions about Delaware Christian Academy. We encourage you to contact us if you have any unanswered questions.
- Do you offer full or part time care?
- How do I enroll my child?
- Do I have to be a member of Delaware Christian Church?
- What is your teacher to child ratio?
- What type of training do your teachers receive?
- Do you offer a summer program?
- What type of curriculum do you use?
We offer an all day extended care preschool and a part time preschool. The part time preschool is offered on various days (September-May) according to your child’s age. Call our center to speak with someone regarding the upcoming preschool dates.
Call the center today to set up a personalized tour. Our Administrative Staff will guide you through the enrollment process.
No, we do not require church affiliation. However, if you are interested in finding out more information about Delaware Christian Church click here.
We follow the guidelines given to us by our local licensing agency. Refer to our on-line parent handbook for ratios for each age group.
We follow the guidelines from our licensing agency when hiring our teachers. The teacher’s backgrounds range from those with Masters or Bachelor Degrees in Education, Associates in Early Childhood Education, Childhood Development Accreditation, to experience in the field. Our teachers are required to have training in CPR, First Aid, Communicable Disease control, and Child Abuse Prevention.
Our full-time extended-care program is open through the summer months with fun activities scheduled on site. Children enrolled full-time during the summer will participate in water activities and other indoor and outdoor activities. We also offer a part-time preschool camp during the months of June and July. This program is for children ages 3-5 who are already potty trained. More information (including our registration form is available online). We also offer a School Age Summer Program for children in grades Kindergarten through 4th Grade.
Our curriculum is thematic involving hands on experiences that support growth in kindergarten readiness skills. We use the Beginners Bible and related activities to help your child grow spiritually. We have begun implementing Creative Curriculum over the 2014-2015 school year. This particular curriculum works on building on children’s interests while still including lots of hands on and creative activities with a strong emphasis on Kindergarten readiness.