Seminole County Public School's Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten Program uses a curriculum that emphasizes "active learning" through the use of concrete, hands-on materials in a playful learning environment. Social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development are supported in a responsive classroom setting, which encourages students' independence and promotes critical thinking and problem-solving. Breakthrough to Literacy, a literacy program, is implemented in all Seminole County Public School PreKindergarten classes. The program also offers daily computer time for each student, and variety of activities for enhancing early literacy skills. In addition, math and science lessons are implemented on a daily basis.
The program staffs each class with a Lead Facilitator and an instructional assistant who serves as a teaching partner. Lead Facilitators have a minimum of a CDA credential. All staff personnel have completed a screening process as required by law. The staff to student ratio is 12:1 and all classes are capped at 20 students.