Bulloch Academy begins its educational opportunities for students as early as age four.
Our lower school includes the K-4 pre-kindergarten program, which is funded by the Georgia Lottery. The school begins its own commitment to students with its five-year old kindergarten program and both grades are housed in a separate kindergarten wing, which is attached to the lower school.
The curriculum for these is dictated by the developmental progress of young children in such areas as language, mathematics, creative expression and self-help. Developing positive attitudes to family, home, school and friends, learning appropriate skills and knowledge are also priority objectives.
In grades one through five, which are housed in the lower-school building and mobile units, the traditional disciplines of language arts, mathematics, social studies and science plus computer technology, physical education, art and music are covered thoroughly in a small classroom setting where each child can receive that all-important individual attention.
Curriculum highlights include the Open Court Language Arts series, hands-on Addison-Wesley Science and Houghton-Mifflin Math. Open Court Language Arts is a phonics-based approach to reading, writing and vocabulary. The Houghton-Mifflin Math stresses higher thinking and reasoning skills through real-world applicable methods.