Cultivating Academic Enthusiasm

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  • Intro

    Our hands-on learning approach immerses kindergartners in a fun space where they get to learn with their friends. The goal is to build a strong foundation and to develop a growth mindset that will set them on the path for success in their future academic journey. 
    For example, games with JiJi the Penguin, a part of our ST Math curriculum, are teaching children the deep, conceptual skills that will allow them to take on coding in K-5 STEAM classes. Acting out stories in kindergarten leads to a more insightful understanding and analysis of literature in later grades. Every activity and lesson is designed to help children approach academics with joy and wonder.

    Our kindergarten and elementary curriculum includes:
    • Reading
    • Writing
    • Mathematics
    • Science
    • History
    • Bible
    • STEAM
    • Art Appreciation
    • Performing Arts
    • Spanish
    • Physical Education
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Nurturing Confidence and Trust

Our philosophy of relational learning means that we prioritize individual teacher/student attention so that students are able to build the confidence and trust they need. In particular, kindergartners learn to try new things, to collaborate with others, and to ask questions in a safe environment. Each child is known and loved as a valuable individual in the Linfield Christian School family.

Building Christ-Centered Character

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  • Character

    Our daily Bible curriculum, weekly chapels, and a variety of service opportunities give students a knowledge of Scripture, an understanding of how they fit into God’s plan, and the chance to practice caring for others. In addition, we hold a variety of food, blanket, and shoe drives to benefit the local community, and students have the opportunity to connect with global ministries through child sponsorships.
    Teachers model how students should interact with each other both inside and outside of the classroom, and students practice restoration if there are disagreements with others. A daily prayer time includes prayer requests and praise for answered prayers. With this foundation, students at Linfield Christian are able to grow in Christian character in order to lead and serve others. 

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Engaging with Parents

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  • Engaging With Parents

    Teachers regularly communicate with parents, and parents are encouraged to email or message teachers through our online portal with any questions or concerns.
    Parents are also welcome to stay on campus for the morning pledge and announcements, attend chapel, and participate in special events and celebrations. In addition, our online portal allows parents to see the specific lessons children are learning so they can discuss the material at home.
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The Kindergarten Day

Linfield's Kindergarten day is structured to blend age-appropriate academics with the physical activity, nourishment, and play time that children need to thrive. We understand that this balanced approach fosters increased engagement and participation. A typical day includes:

  • Circle Time with calendar activities and an English Language Arts lesson
  • Recess and snack in the Kindergarten play area
  • Math lessons using a problem-based, group learning curriculum
  • Lunch
  • Enrichment Time
  • Spanish
  • Fine Arts
  • Library and Computers
  • Physical Education

Extended Care and Activities

Extended Care
Extended Care is available from 7:00-7:30 a.m. and 3:00-6:00 p.m. daily, and it gives students an opportunity to play outside, work on homework, eat snacks, and enjoy games and other activities under the supervision of our nurturing Extended Care staff.

Lions Academy
Linfield Christian School recognizes that talents, skills, and abilities are often discernable at very young ages. In order to nurture those gifts, Lions Academy creates opportunities for our elementary students to explore a variety of arts, athletics, and leadership. Classes meet once or twice a week after school.

Running Club
Elementary students have an opportunity to run together each morning from October through May on the Elementary School field. This program is designed to encourage all running levels and to instill a lifelong love of exercise and well-being.

Interested in Linfield?

Find out who we are & what sets us apart and make sure to schedule a visit to our beautiful 100 acre campus. We'd love to tell you more!

31950 Pauba Road
Temecula, CA 92592

Linfield Christian School is a T.K.-12th grade college-preparatory private Christian school located on a 100 acre campus in Temecula, California.

Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Students

The school admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.