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Our Bible-based, Lutheran curriculum allows us to incorporate our academic learning with religious instruction.  This curriculum follows the Bible chronologically throughout the school year and Bible accounts differ slightly for each classroom level.

Each week the Bible lesson will be focused with academic elements so students are learning their letters, numbers, and social skills within the context of the Bible account. There are also supplementary stories that introduce concepts like Baptism, Communion, Heaven, Prayer, and Forgiveness.


We also use the Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards when planning our lessons to ensure that all students are exposed to developmentally appropriate activities that will help prepare them for success both in and out of the classroom.  

Our Philosophy


Wisconsin model early learning standards


Classroom-specific Bible accounts


Bible-based, Lutheran curriculum


Academic elements incorporated


Bible chronologically


Supplementary spiritual elements

Our Vision

The vision of Living Christ Early Childhood Education is to meet Madison area family’s childcare & preschool needs in the most welcoming, loving, and nurturing Christian care environment.

A ministry of Lutheran Church of the Living Christ, Living Christ Early Childhood Education has been providing Christian education to our West Madison, Middleton, and Verona communities for over 25 years.

educational Goals

Class-specific goals can be found on the Classrooms page.


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.

Have specific questions?

Reach out to our Director, Phaedra Serbus. She'll be happy to answer any questions you might have about our curriculum, philosophy, and mission!

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