BridgePoint AcademyLearn, Lead, Succeed

We will continually strive to ensure that your child's preschool memories are those of warmth, laughter, and happiness.

- BridgePoint Academy Owner

Programs

  • Exploring Spanish (ages 2-5)
    Explorando Español

    Preschool is the perfect age to learn a language. Children's brains are wired to do it! We are very excited about our Spanish Program, where your little ones will learn Spanish in a fun, nurturing and musical environment. Through structured and spontaneous activities, they'll develop fine and gross motor skills, learning math concepts, social awareness, language and literacy in Spanish!

  • Music and Movement

    Music and movement is based on the recognition that all children are musical and can learn together in a fun and interactive way. All children can learn to sing in tune, keep a beat, and participate with confidence in all musical activities. Music and movement adds instruments to your child's day for fun and creative sounds.

  • Fun Fitness

    Stretch-N-Grow, incorporates exercises and fitness activities such as aerobics, dance, stretching, gymnastics, sports, strengthening, gross motor skills and balance. Children workout and learn about overall health, anatomy, nutrition, healthy food choices and exercise. Early childhood teachers can help prevent childhood obesity and provide preschool fitness. Stretch-N-Grow exercise classes help develop self esteem and positive associations with exercise, healthy eating and rest.

  • Extra Curricular Programs


    • This preschool program is a great way to introduce your little one into a structured class setting. Through play and fun filled activities these classes will enhance your child’s gross and fine motor skills, flexibility, and following directions all while building a strong foundation of gymnastics.
    • Soccer Superstars


      Soccer Superstars is a professionally designed soccer program that uses a variety of creative games and activities introducing children ages 3 and up to the wonderful game of soccer. This specially designed program not only introduces children to the world’s most popular sport, but also promotes healthy habits, teamwork, sportsmanship and most importantly FUN!!!

  • Media Room /Library

    Smartboard: (ages 3 & up)
    Hatch Inc. TeachSmart® Learning System, an interactive, hands-on technology tool which enables early childhood teachers to plan for playful and purposeful activities for children. This tool offers strategies and activities that reflect the latest scientific research for pre-literacy and mathematics concept acquisition in young children. We have added this system for use of our children 2 years of age and older.

    Computers: (ages 2 & up)
    Because computer knowledge is vital in our society today, the earlier children begin to use the computer, the better. By the preschool years, most children are spending time on computers at school and/or at home.
    Studies have shown that children who use computers from an early age have several advantages. Computer classes are taught in most kindergarten and elementary schools, so preschoolers who are already familiar with the operation of the keyboard and mouse will be ahead of the learning curve. They may also have an advantage if they have the opportunity to play with educational programs, as many learn reading and number skills from computer software.
    Some experts suggest that allowing preschoolers to have computer time can be beneficial because computer use:
     - Introduces educational skills
     - Teaches spatial and logical skills
     - Prepares children for future computer use
     - Increases self-esteem and self-confidence
     - Boosts problem-solving skills
     - Stimulates language comprehension
     - Improves long-term memory and manual dexterity

    Storytime: (All ages)
    Story time plays an important role in introducing children to the magic of books. Through stories, children can visit people in different lands, fight fire-breathing dragons to save a royal princess, or learn how to build something.
    Although Story Time takes place in the everyday classroom, coming to library is an exciting time to hear a story and interact through play, flannel boards and puppets.