In elementary school, your child will discover a joy of learning, guided by teachers committed to the development of the whole child - academically, emotionally, physically, socially and spiritually.

"Whatever is true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent, or praiseworthy, think about these things." Philippians 4:8


The elementary school day is from 8 am to 3:05 pm.

Stay & Play is available from 3:05 pm to 5 pm.


The Met Christian Academy exists to partner with families to provide exceptional education devoted to Christian discipleship.

  • Bible as a core subject
  • Biblically integrated curriculum
  • Weekly chapel
  • Service projects
  • Biblical character development
  • Small class sizes
  • Fine arts opportunities in art and music
  • Physical education
  • Rocket Recess
  • STEM projects integrated into the science curriculum
  • Curriculum aligned in-house field trips from Houston’s Museum of Natural Science
  • Science of Reading aligned reading curriculum

Elementary students enjoy special events throughout the year that extend classroom learning and celebrate the seasons in community. These include:

  • Back to School BBQ
  • Mystery Readers
  • Meet You at the Pole
  • Junior Achievement
  • In-house field trips from Houston’s Natural Science Museum
  • Field Day
  • Reading Buddies
  • Service Projects
  • Mother’s Day Tea
  • Donuts with Dads



The Transitional Kindergarten class is for children who are five by September first but need the gift of time prior to starting kindergarten. This class is an exciting community that fosters a love for learning, problem solving, independence, and confidence. Students build necessary social, emotional, and academic skills for success throughout their school experience. Students who spend a year in the transitional kindergarten class are very well prepared for kindergarten the following year and often rise as leaders in their kindergarten classroom and beyond.

The curriculum focuses on foundational kindergarten readiness and skills such as number sense, handwriting, literacy, phonemic awareness, and creative writing. Our study of the Bible is integrated in everything we learn and do. The transitional kindergarten program benefits children with later birthdays, those who excel in a smaller learning environment, and children who need extra support in academic content, social and emotional skills, or self-confidence before entering elementary education.

Study of God’s word introduces students to the overarching narrative of the Bible and God’s redeeming work throughout history. Students engage in phonemic awareness and phonics instruction that strengthens decoding skills for reading and writing. We use multisensory activities with our handwriting practice and students learn the correct formation of letters. They are also introduced to writing in a workshop environment. Students enjoy sharing their ideas through pictures and words, making edits and publishing their work. Math skills are taught with hands-on activities and centers.


The kindergarten program at The Met Christian Academy provides a nurturing and joyful learning experience that promotes critical thinking, curiosity, collaboration and creativity. We offer a challenging academic curriculum coupled with hands-on developmental, play-based activities to build a firm foundation for young learners. We have developed learning outcomes that meet or exceed those set forth by the state of Texas for kindergarten.

Students develop a greater number sense and strengthen math skills. They grow in their language, reading and literacy skills. They master proper handwriting and blossom in their composition and creative writing skills. Units of study in science and social studies ignite curiosity and wonder of the world God has created. Our Bible curriculum and weekly chapel encourage the development of a Christian worldview. Our goal is to nurture the whole child, providing a firm Christ-centered foundation for elementary learning.



We desire to see our students grow in their lifelong pursuit of joyful learning by providing a firm foundation through learning environments and opportunities that will develop their Christian worldview. First graders are diving deeper into their understanding of spiritual truths through the study of God’s word. Our Bible curriculum helps students learn God’s relationship with people throughout history as well as His plan for redemption.

In language arts, students are focusing on phonemic awareness, phonics, reading fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. They are learning how to implement grammar, vocabulary and writing skills into various genres of writing.

In science, students are practicing the scientific skills of observing, classifying, predicting, inferring, and communicating. Our units of study cover life science, the human body, weather and more.

First grade math provides students an opportunity to see how God has woven mathematics into the very fabric of His created universe! They will focus on math fluency in the areas of addition, subtraction, using numbers to 100, time and money, place value, measurement, graphs and fractions.

In history and geography, students will grow in their interest in and love for America as they learn about its symbols, history, and places of interest. Good citizenship is emphasized in our study of how the United Sates was founded and the principles of freedom we enjoy today.


Second graders will learn of God’s encounter with people of the Old and New Testaments as they learn about His character and how we can respond to God in faith, obedience, trust and love. Students will be encouraged to use their growing reading skills to read and savor God’s word and be transformed by His truth.

In Language Arts, students will continue to receive systematic, research-based, structured and multisensory instruction in the essential phonics structures that unlock the English code in both simple and complex words. Students will grow in phonemic awareness and oral reading fluency and comprehension. They will continue to use their phonics knowledge to read meaningful, engaging, and complex narratives, informational texts, and poetry. Our desire is for all children to become accurate, fluent, comprehensive, and joyful readers. In Writer’s Workshop, they will continue to hone their growing writing and grammar skills with opportunities to write in various genres.

Students will not just learn about science, but they will learn how to do science! They will grow through experiential, hands-on learning based on scientific inquiry, investigations and engineering-design-process activities. Students will marvel at God’s grand design as they learn about the human body, plants, the earth’s surface, vertebrates, invertebrates, matter and more.

In Social Studies and geography, students will learn about the people who made America great. They will learn the historical accounts of the Pilgrims, Native Americans, early colonists, pioneers, cowboys, and immigrants. They will grow in their understanding of American holidays, patriotic songs, and flag etiquette. In second grade, we will learn where all 50 states are located on a map!

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