Welcome to Central Presbyterian Preschool!
Click HERE to register for Summer at Central Presbyterian Preschool.
If you are interested in touring the school, please contact the director: Juliet Wells at firstname.lastname@example.org or 256-534-8446. 2021-22 school year registration for current families will take place February 1-5 and will open to the public on February 8th. Please click below to register for the 2021-22 school year.
Summer camp registration will begin on March 1st for our current families and will open online March 8th at 8:00 a.m. to the public. Join the STEAM Team for some summer fun with construction, science, building, art, and more! Dates are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays June 14 – July 8th, 9AM – 1PM. We’ll have a Bible lesson each week, crafts, science experiments, lots of inside and outside play, popsicles and more! Cost is $275 per child (or $285 if your child wants pizza and fruit on Fridays) and registration is for all 4 weeks only. Contact Juliet with any questions.
The Preschool program is part of Central Presbyterian’s Christian Education for the young child. It is open to church members and to the community. The Preschool program complements the Christian Education program and its philosophy is consistent with approved theologies of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church.
In a loving and caring Christian environment, we at Central believe children are best served when they ‘play to learn’. Our preschool staff is committed to helping and encouraging children to discover and learn through their play. We’ve created an environment that is not only conducive to developmental success, but also challenging to the senses and nourishing to the spirit. We encourage and applaud the child’s progression to new levels of confidence, self-esteem, and autonomy. We appreciate each child’s unique character and we seek to find ways to enhance their skills and spirituality.
Our hope is that any child who comes through our program will benefit from the love and nurturing of our teachers, and that they will feel good about themselves and their accomplishments. We hope to instill the necessary confidence and self-esteem to prepare them for future challenges and experiences. Our goal is to assist the parents in laying a strong Christian foundation for the future building blocks of academic thinking and community services.