Our Programs

Capstone Preschool and Elementary Programs

Where Academics and Character are Classmates


Welcome to our preschool and elementary program! Our program is designed to provide a fun and educational environment for young children to learn and grow. Our dedicated team of teachers and staff are passionate about working with children and are committed to providing a positive and nurturing atmosphere.



Preschool Program:

Our preschool program is designed to provide children with a strong foundation for learning. We focus on developing the social, emotional, cognitive, and physical skills of each child through a variety of activities and experiences. Our Program’s curriculum includes hands-on learning, group activities, and individual exploration.

We believe that children learn best when they are engaged and excited about what they are learning. Our teachers work hard to create a safe and stimulating environment that encourages children to explore, experiment, and learn through play. We also place a strong emphasis on building relationships with parents and caregivers, as we believe that working together is essential to a child’s success.


Elementary Program:

Our elementary programs builds upon the foundation that our preschool program provides. We offer a comprehensive curriculum that meets and exceeds state standards. Our programs focuses on developing critical thinking skills, creativity, and a love of learning.

We believe that education is not just about memorizing facts and figures, but about understanding how to apply knowledge and skills to real-world situations. Our teachers work closely with students to help them develop problem-solving and decision-making skills, as well as the ability to work collaboratively with others.


We also believe that extracurricular activities are an important part of a child’s education. We offer a variety of extracurricular programs, including sports, music, art, and technology. These Our programs provide students with opportunities to explore their interests and develop new skills outside of the classroom.


We understand that each child is unique and we work hard to provide a personalized learning experience for each student. Our teachers take the time to get to know each student and their individual needs, and we offer a range of support services to ensure that all students have the opportunity to succeed.



Working with colors is an important part of our learning activities. Children will be able to work with watercolors using brushes and we also offer students the opportunity to do finger painting. These fun and creative activities encourage students to learn their colors, shapes and how to work in an organized manner. We also emphasize the importance of cleaning up and keeping a clean workspace, which can be a very useful lesson when reinforced at home.

Sand Art

Sand Art is another creative activity that students really enjoy. This gives them the opportunity to use glue, paint, and sand to create textured art.

Food Art

This is a particular favorite of our students. They have the opportunity to create things like “Ants on a Log” by using raisins and frosting to stick raisins to biscuits or buns. This allows them to learn about an ant colony and how ants work together to be an effective community. This activity gives us the chance to teach more than just Art. The best part is at the end when we get to EAT the final products.

Daily Bible stories

One of the activities that we really pride ourselves on is daily bible reading. We carefully choose bible stories that the children can relate to and this helps to develop their vocabulary with new words and learn about the historical significance of the bible. This activity also give us the opportunity to teach and reinforce the importance of treating people with respect, being honest, honoring their father and mother and many other valuable social skills.

Daily prayer

Daily prayer is a mainstay of our program. All classrooms are required to say a blessing before meal times and nap times. This provides a moment of reflection and sets the tone for a quiet and peaceful meal or nap.

Music listening and learning

Musical activities are another favorite among our students and teachers. Children love to listen to music and we choose songs that allow our students to sing along. This gives children the opportunity to develop a fun appreciation for music and singing and it also helps them learn about tones and pitch. You never know when the next Bach or Beethoven might be in the room.

Dramatic play and learning

Our teachers often use skits and acting as a way to teach. These activities require students to work together and learn new words. More importantly students get the opportunity to role-play and see how certain acts/situations call for a calm response, or a shocked expression. It’s a great opportunity for students to learn how to express themselves in a productive and healthy way.


All of our teachers have various puppets in their rooms. The teachers and students both use puppets to reinforce proper expression and students are allowed to use puppets when they aren’t sure how to express something in a tactical and diplomatic way.

Pledge of allegiance

This is an important daily activity that we use to help students understand the many important aspects of government. We discuss how the government provides police and firemen to help keep us safe.

Cooking and food preparation

These are great activities that allow students to learn their way around a kitchen and also allow us to introduce some science terminology in a very simplified way. Students will make butter with milk, fruit salads, ants on a log with raisins and many other fun to eat treats. (Note: students are never allowed in the kitchen with hot stoves or sharp utensils. Safety is always our primary concern)

Plant a tree and gardening (spring only) Nothing is more fascinating for a student than to plant something with their own hands, give it water, sunlight and nourishment and then watch it grow. This is a great opportunity for environmental awareness and students really enjoy participating in this event.

Table manners

Students eat at least one meal or snack each day with us. During this time we emphasize important table manners, such as having students chew with their mouths closed, asking politely “can you please pass me the milk” (not reaching across the table in front of others) etc.

Elementary School


Staff Qualifications:

Our Elementary school staff has more than 50 years of collective educational experience.Teachers in the elementary school hold a minimum of a 4 year Bachelors degree and administrators hold a minimum of a Masters Degree.

Our Program Overview:

Capstone’s Elementary program follows an accelerated curriculum for those students who have successfully completed our Junior Kindergarten program or have transferred with a strong foundation.Students entering kindergarten are expected to know their letters in and out of sequence, they should be able to count to 100 and identify numbers in and out of sequence.Students should know several site words and be able to form/read simple sentences.Students should be familiar with simple addition using their fingers if necessary.Students will spend the first month of kindergarten reviewing these concepts before moving on to more advanced reading/writing, science and mathematics.

Mandatory reporting:

All Capstone educators are mandatory reporters of child abuse or neglect.If you or anyone you know is aware of a child that is being abused or neglected, Florida Law requires you to report it to the Abuse Hotline.Additional information may be found at the links below and Posters for each are also posted in our Elementary school lobby and front office.
Reports can also be sent to:

Capstone’s Preschool Director:

Capstone’s Principal:

Summer Camp

Summer camp is more than just summer vacation for children. Our camp features the finest facilities and summer camp program. The children will have exposure to new learning experiences such as field trips, activities and sports. Your child will be able to create awesome art projects, have an opportunity for water play days, visit museums, go to the movies, gardens, parks, fun in sun swim trips, farms etc. There will be a daily scheduled time where the children will work on their academics. Our goal is to give your child an experience that they will remember for the rest of their lives, while making new friends. Space is very limited so a reservation with a deposit is needed as early as March of each year to secure a spot. Our school-age camp services children up to 12 years of age.


NOTE: Due to limited space and strong demand, summer camp enrollments will be limited to current and former Capstone students until further notice.  New students requesting summer camp enrollment will be placed on a waiting list for consideration in the event that space becomes available.


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