Building Independence, Interdependence and Self-Esteem

The Preschool program promotes learning in all areas of development through individualized, small, and large group activities. Through play, children enhance their understanding of language, literacy, reading, math and science concepts, problem solving and social skills, as well as improving their gross and fine motor development.

By The Numbers

Ages:  3 - 5  years old 
Full time and part time available

Typical Younger Preschool Teacher to Student Ratio: 1:5
Typical Older Preschool Teacher to Student Ratio: 1:6
Typical Full Day Preschool Teacher to Student Ratio: 1:6

Full time and part time available

Year round and school year available


What Happens During a Typical Day

What your child will be up to
  • What happens during arrival time

    Greeting children; free-choice time for individualized activities 

  • What happens during Circle Time

    Listening to, discussing and participating in books read aloud; retelling favorite stories; finger plays, singing, and chanting rhymes.  

  • What happens in a Learning Center

    Participating in language/literacy, writing, sensory and science exploration, block and dramatic play, sorting, counting, and art. 

  • What happens in Small Group Activities

    Participating in hands-on bookmaking, gardening, cooking, science, and art projects.  

  • What happens during Music and Movement

    Listening, singing, dancing and playing instruments.  

  • What happens during Outdoor Play

    Participating in planting, watering, weeding, fertilizing and cultivating the "Children's Garden."  

  • What happens during Meal Times

    Enjoying nutritious meals to develop healthy eating habits.

  • What happens during Rest Time and Quiet Activities

    Napping, puzzles and books. 

  • What happens during Self-Help and Personal Care time

    Learning to serve meals and clean up; taking care of toileting needs, hand washing and personal hygiene.