Classes, Registration Forms & Fees

We would love for you to join us at the Learning Center. Please feel free to call to arrange a tour and meeting (843-856-2020) or email Lori Baney, Learning Center Director, at

Registration for the following school year will be held in January of the current school year. Current students are registered first, then their siblings, then church members, and the general public. The Learning Center uses a Blind Lottery System to choose applicants for open spots and the waiting list. Non-refundable registration fees equal one month’s tuition and are due upon acceptance into the program.

State law requires a record of immunization. All children must have their immunization record on file with the Director no later than October 1st. All children 4 and older must have a record of the chicken pox vaccine or physician’s notification of having had the virus.


  • Annual payments are due by September 1st.
  • Semester payments are due by September 1st and January 1st.
  • Monthly payments are due the 1st or 15th of each month. Monthly tuition is paid from September to May.
  • Failure to make payments may result in removal from the program.
  • Registration, tuition, and supply fee ($100) payments are paid using FACTS Management Company.

Registration for 2024-2025
School Year


The classes consist of both indoor and outdoor activities, alternating active and quiet play, circle/learning times, Chapel, and snack time. We explore reading, math, arts and crafts, music, science, cooking, Spanish, Bible stories and verses, as well as letters, numbers, colors, shapes and so much more. The Christian Curriculum is developmentally solid, age-appropriate, and Christ-centered.

Infants: Loving, attentive care is offered for infants to help begin the socialization of God’s youngest children in a community of faith. The student to teacher to ratio is 7/2.

3-11 mos.
1 day per week (F) 9 am-12 pm

: The toddler classes focus on beginning Christian education concepts and socialization skills. Toddlers practice sharing, taking turns, folding hands in prayer, sitting for snack time, and participating in music class (older toddlers). The student to teacher ratio is 10/2 (1A) and 12/2 (1B).

12-17 mos.
2 days per week (T/TH) 9 am-12 pm

18-23 mos.
2 days per week (M/W) 9 am-12 pm

Twos and Threes: Children learn Bible stories and biblical precepts while continuing to work on socialization. They are introduced to basic academic skills through thematic units: letters, numbers, and colors. Singing and reading are also incorporated into circle time. In addition to chapel, the three-year old classes attend weekly Bible class. They also participate in Spanish class each week. The student to teacher ratio is 12/2. Handwriting Without Tears is started with our two and three-year-old classes.

3 days per week (MWF) 9am-1 pm

5 days per week (M-F) 9am-1 pm

3 days per week (MWF) 9 am-1 pm

5 days per week (M-F) 9 am-1 pm

This program uses the McRuffy press curriculum which focuses on the skills that readily transition into the Kindergarten program.

In Language Arts, we focus on abstract thinking, phonemic awareness, letter recognition and writing, as well as pre-reading tasks.

Our math curriculum works towards developing an understanding of basic concepts like counting, number recognition, patterns, and simple geometric reasoning. Handwriting Without Tears is used for our writing program. Students attend chapel, Bible, STEAM, and Spanish classes once a week. The student to teacher ratio is 12/2.

5 days per week (M-F) 9 am-1 pm

Our Kindergarten program uses McRuffy Press for math and phonics instruction. McRuffy Press not only meets, but also exceeds CCSD and SC state standards. This ensures every child is adequately prepared for success in 1st grade. 

The main emphasis in our phonics instruction is understanding how phonemes are represented and how they relate to writing and reading. Our phonics and reading focuses on decoding words (phonics), comprehension (giving meaning to printed material), spelling, and writing (encoding). 

Additionally, Handwriting Without Tears method and workbook is used to supplement the handwriting portion of instruction. The McRuffy Kindergarten Color Math is a highly interactive math program that utilizes a well-balanced variety of skills in order to build a strong foundation of core math essentials. Auditory, visual, and tactile methods, such as manipulatives and technology are used to develop these concepts.

All subjects are presented systematically and thematically. This program also includes a Bible curriculum, as well as, weekly Chapel, Music, Spanish, and S.T.E.A.M. classes to foster growth in the whole child.

5 days per week (M-F) 9 am-1 pm

302 Hibben Street
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

300 Hibben Street
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
(Main entrance door on Church St)