We Are AnAccredited Program

2 Day a Week Class

The ELC at Victory Christian Center is offering a 2 day a week class in our amazing Champions Club. Champions Club is a specially designed developmental area for kids with special needs. The vision of Champions Club is to meet the developmental needs of children Academically, Intellectually, Mentally, and Physically.

Come experience a fun and hands on education taught by a certified teacher who has Masters Degree in Early Childhood.

Dr. Miriam Shipman is the director of the ELC and she holds degrees in Elementary and Special Education, as well as Educational and Organizational Leadership. Her passion has always focused on meeting the needs of every child. She is excited about offering the new program and prays that God will bring the right families to the ELC.

Champions Weekday will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30-2:30.

Our Curriculum

Curriculum sets the tone for the entire school year and is basically a road map to what a child will be learning for the entire academic year.

Infants to K5

Music education helps accelerate brain development in young children, particularly in the areas of the brain responsible for processing sound, language development, speech perception and reading skills.
Physical activity has been found to make parts of our brain larger and stronger, allowing us to catch on quicker during a lesson and expand our creativity. One common observation among researchers remains the improvement of mental performance after exercise.
The hippocampus acts as a facilitator of information, including having a hand in new brain cell growth. Exercise stimulates the growth of brain cells as well as the hippocampus itself, the hippocampus grew stronger when fitness improved.
Many early tantrums in toddlers are often a result of their inability to communicate their wants and needs. By giving a child the gift of sign language as an early communication tool, you may see a decrease in tantrum behavior as he will be able to communicate to you more effectively than with speech and gesture alone.
The repetition, both auditory and visually,  may help to expand a child’s receptive and expressive vocabulary and language skills.
There is research to support that hearing children who are taught sign language from an early age have better reading and spelling skills and yes, even higher IQ scores down the road.

2 years to K5

The ability to learn a second language is highest between birth and the age of six, then undergoes a steady and inexorable decline.” (Nash, 1997).
In today’s society, especially in the United States, having the ability to speak Spanish can be greatly beneficial in one’s personal and professional lifestyle.
By learning Spanish at a young age, a child can grow up appreciating a different culture in a way that adults wouldn’t expect

STEAM Lab 2 years-K5

We believe that children need to have time each week to be creative. In the STEAM lab students will participate in hands on science, engineering, art, and Math projects.

Parent Academy

We believe that education starts at home. We want to equip or parents with skills they can use to foster growth and encourage development with their children. The ELC will offer 4 Parent Academies on various topics to help Parents be the best they can be.
2017-2018 Topics
  • Reading 101:
  • Potty Training 101
  • Behavior 101:
  • Wild Things: Raising Boys Ages 2-4
  • The Heart of a Boy
  • The Mind of a Boy

Teachers

At the ELC we have dynamic, teachers who love children. Some of our teachers are certified and we expect all out teaches to continue their professional growth with classes and training.