About Wesleyan Christian Academy

Wesleyan Christian Academy (WCA) is a non-profit, diverse, faith-based organization offering a quality child development program as a ministry of First Rowlett United Methodist Church. WCA is an academic year program (August - May) that fosters early childhood education through developmentally appropriate practices and fundamental learning experiences.

 

Ages 6 weeks- Pre Kindergarten:  2 day | 3 day | 5 day programs offered

 

Private Kindergarten: 5 day program

 

Regular School Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Extended Care Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

WCA Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.


A low child/staff ratio is maintained in all programs. 


For more information or to schedule a tour, please call 972.412.2820.


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Infants

A secure and caring environment nurtures social/emotional, physical and early brain growth and development.


Toddlers thru Pre Kindergarten

Frog Street Press Curriculum

This fun and engaging curriculum lays the foundation for future learning experiences through music, interactive math, literacy and conceptual activities.

 

Thematic Units

Thematic units are a supplemental component that further contribute to the learning experience by enhancing learning exploration and promoting real world application.

 

Private Kindergarten

Kindergarten Math

Skill building happens through many activities such as graphing, skip counting, creating patterns, and place value. Other concepts learned, including addition, subtraction, telling time, fractions, money, basic geometry and measurement are extended beyond the Kindergarten level.

 

Kindergarten Literacy

Literacy is fostered through shared reading experiences, a print rich environment, and teacher-child interactions. Shared reading experiences are in the classroom as well as in the library. Teachers bring language and rich dialogue to the learning and playing activities. Our curriculum promotes phonemic awareness and fluency to foster successful readers.

 

The Project Approach

Kindergarten will work on one project per year. Each project will begin with a driving question that engages the children. Through in-class and at-home exploration and activities, these projects provide an opportunity for in-depth and hands-on experiences using a variety of concepts and skills. The projects will be child-initiated and teacher-guided.

Specials

  • Art Class
  • Music and Movement
  • Physical Education
  • Spanish
  • Technology
  • Library
  • Chapel

Participation varies by age level and chosen program



Office Staff

  • April Lindsay

    Director

       

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  • Roberta Smith

    Office Manager

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  • Rena Patrick

    Office Assistant

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Contact Us

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