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We will have openings for students two years old and older beginning May 28. Contact us for more information! 


early childhood education CENTER

Christ-centered education
for children 6 weeks–5 years
in Madison, Wisconsin


What Parents are Saying

6 Weeks–1 Year

Our infant room is open and spacious for children learning to crawl and discover the world around them. The main developmental goals in this class are building motor skills, self-expression, and engaging with teachers and peers.

2–3 Years

Our twos class is inviting and exciting, with an in-room bathroom to help with potty training. The main developmental goals here are strengthening social and communication skills. 

1–2 Years

Our ones class works on transiting children to a more standardized schedule and furthering fine & gross motor skills. The main developmental goals are learning to walk, matching words with pictures, and responding to emotions of others.

3–5 Years

Our combined threes and fours class transitions children into enthusiastic learners. The goals for the threes are strengthening social skills and starting academic endeavors. The goals for the fours are building cognitive and problem-solving skills.

“The teachers take great care of my son. I can tell he is genuinely happy going to school.”
—Jake K.

Our Goals


Living Christ seeks to help students develop an academic foundation that promotes a positive attitude toward learning through students participating in planned activities that develop age-appropriate literacy, math, problem-solving, and social skills. 


Living Christ seeks to help develop a firm faith foundation in both students and their families through interaction with Biblical Accounts—by questioning, re-enacting, and explaining—God's love for us and Jesus as our Savior.


Living Christ seeks to help students develop a social-emotional foundation to communicate, self-regulate, and integrate in various situations by developing peer-relationships, working collaboratively, and treating everyone with love and respect.

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