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Learning Pointe Christian Preschool:
Learning Pointe Christian Preschool is an early elementary school in Natomas, northwestern Sacramento, offering transitional kindergarten to 1st grade programs to children ages 4 to 6 years. At Learning Pointe, we work hard to surpass the academic guidelines established by the California Department of Education by providing a challenging and engaging curriculum for our students.

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Transitional kindergarten-1st Grade:

Abeka curriculum:
We utilize the Abeka curriculum which is based on the CA state standards and is intertwined with stories from the bible. We also spend dedicated time on Bible lessons and chapel.

Tutoring, Mentoring, and Counseling Services:
Learning Pointe Christian Preschool cares about the well-being of every student and provides access to several services—including tutoring, mentoring, and counseling services—to help each student achieve to his or her highest potential. Even if your children are excelling in school, tutoring can still be of great benefit, boosting their confidence and preparing them for the next level.

Field Trips:
Field trips are planned by teachers and designed to enrich the curriculum. A note and permission slip will be sent to you in advance of any fieldtrip and will include cost, place, departure time and dress. The permission slip must be signed and returned to your child's teacher in order for the student to participate in the fieldtrip.

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Address: 2406 Dell Paso Road, Sacramento, California , USA
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