Elementary School

The School Day

The School Day Hours

8:30AM–2:30PM; Monday–Friday

Lower Elementary (K-2) &

Upper Elementary (3-5)


Daily class schedules are available from the individual teachers or the school office. Class schedules are based on age appropriate standards.

Students are fortunate to be able to take special classes with experienced teachers in the following areas: Art, Chapel, Computer, Latin, Library, & Music.




Elementary Curriculum

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Elementary Expected Outcomes

We utilize multiage classrooms with a mixed-age group of children that stay with the same teacher for several years. The teacher instructs two or three age/grade levels in their designated curriculum as a community of learners. The mixed-age environment requires teachers to facilitate the learning of each child rather than predetermined grade-level skills and content. It is far from a new idea. Children have long been educated in multiage groupings called families. Where they were learned to read, write, count, life skills and religious education and values.

We are excited to announce that Yokohama Christian School has extended our elementary curriculum through 5th grade from Fall 2017.

EXPECTED OUTCOMES – Elementary Aged (K-5th) grade


Children who effectively…

  • Understand who God is through Jesus
  • Know, understand and apply God′s Word in daily academic and social life
  • Develop their God-given potential

Communicators who effectively…

  • Read, write, speak, listen and demonstrate appropriate language and communication skills in academic and social situations
  • As global citizens, know how to recognize truth and error
  • As students, are skillfully able to filter, sort and apply information in and through a variety of experiences
  • Demonstrate a basic knowledge in required academic areas

Problem solvers who effectively…

  • Demonstrate grade-level computational skills
  • Use technology – evaluate data to reach intelligent conclusions
  • Recognize and evaluate consequences in advance in order to achieve positive solutions
  • Are proactive in seeking positive solutions to personal problems
  • Experience mistakes by being able learn from them

Productive citizens who effectively…

  • Respect the needs, ideas and opinions of others
  • Accept responsibility for the consequences of their actions
  • Demonstrate dependability and self-motivation