CCR Preschool Mission
Our mission is to give each child a love for God’s Word and a lifelong passion for Jesus Christ. Calvary Chapel Preschool provides a Christ-centered environment that seeks to maximize each child’s potential (Ephesians 3:20-21). We believe the preschool years are a special time in a young child’s life. We also believe children thrive best in a developmentally appropriate environment as they explore the world around them. Our teaching staff is committed to understanding each child’s interests, learning modalities, and learning styles. Our staff actively engages each modality and style in an effort to allow the children in our care to develop at their maximum growth rate.
Our purpose is to transform and train the whole person so that the child will develop according to the example of our Lord Jesus Christ in being a godly influence in the world (Matthew 5:13). As an extension of the Christian home, Calvary Chapel Rialto supports parents who seek to obey biblical instruction, which gives them ultimate responsibility for the education of their children (Deuteronomy 6:4-9).
Our Philosophy of Education
The Calvary Chapel Rialto Preschool philosophy of Christian education is based on the truth that God’s Word is the standard for all truth, and that the Bible is the inspired, inerrant and authoritative Word of God. God has created and sustains all things. Therefore, the universe and man were created by God to glorify Him. Because of the sin nature, man cannot, through his own efforts, know or glorify God. It is only by accepting God’s free gift, that man receives salvation through faith in His Son, Jesus Christ.
All policies of the preschool, philosophies of subjects, curriculum materials and teaching methods shall conform to our philosophy of Christian education. The Bible is the foundation and motivating force for all curriculums. Our primary goals and objectives include:
To love the Lord our God with all our heart, soul and mind (Matthew 22:37)
To glorify God in all that we do (I Corinthians 10:31)
To promote the maturity of our students in doctrine and practice (Ephesians 6:4; Colossians 1:28-29)
To train our students in Christian service and ministry
(II Timothy 2:2)