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Elementary School

Elementary (pre-K3-6)
Total Enrollment


Avg. class size - 8.5

Crosspoint's Elementary School offers a rigorous academic program based on Biblical principles for pre-kindergarten through 6th grade students. The program provides a solid foundation of knowledge in each of the core subject areas and emphasizes the development of critical thinking skills. Our Kindergarten program is full-day.  We also offer a dedicated pre-Kindergartener program starting at age 3.


We seek to develop the following academic and spiritual fundamentals in our young scholars:


  • Students receive an overview of the Old and New Testaments and Bible doctrine, and are encouraged to develop Christian traits through the study of Bible characters and the life of Christ. Students attend weekly chapel services.


  • Language Arts uses traditional readers and literature sets to develop phonics, spelling and reading skills and teaches students the grammar and composition skills necessary to communicate effectively. 


  • Mathematics emphasizes basic math facts and skills as a foundation for advanced problem solving.


  • Patriotism and God's sovereignty in historical events are taught as the students explore American and world history and geography.


  • Science demonstrates God's glory and order through His creation.


  • Elementary students at every grade level learn basics in Spanish, art, music and physical education one day each week.



Elementary courses use curriculum from ABeka, Bob Jones, ACSI, and McMillan-McGraw Hill.

Each year elementary students in first through fifth grades take the TerraNova Standardized Test, published though McGraw-Hill.


The Summer Slide

The summer slide describes what happens when young minds sit idle for three months. Experts agree that children who read during the summer gain reading skills, while those who do not often slide backward.

The following tips and links are offered to help parents keep families reading together throughout the summer break. Enjoy the vacations and the fun in the sun, but don’t forget to READ every day.

Reading Resources

Local Programs and Challenges

  • Scenic Regional Library - offers a summer of themed reading activities and prizes Here's what is going on at the Union Branch:

  • Scholastic Reading Challenge - Register online to help set a new reading world record


Suggested Reading and Book Lists

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