Arlington ISD Pre-K

Full STEM ahead!

Full-day pre-K for 4-year olds

 

 

Unique STEM learning opportunities

Bilingual and special needs programs

Frequently Asked Questions

2022-2023 Pre-K 3

 

  • 90% of a child’s brain is already developed by age six (Buffet Early Childhood Institute)
  • Children who wait until kindergarten to start school are twice as likely to be behind and three times less likely to be able to read by third grade.
  • The cornerstone of the pre-K curriculum is learning through play. Children will learn early reading, math and science skills through hands-on activities and play.
  • Pre-K does more than build children academically. Children develop social and emotional skills to help them thrive as a whole person. Children who attend pre-K have more verbal skills and self-control and can build relationships with other children better than those who do not attend.