Current Class Updates (9/6/2018):
Twos Class is FULL - Waiting list only
One space available in Threes Class - 5 days (M-F)
Limited spaces available in Pre-K Class
Information for 2018 - 2019 School Year
Twos - choose 2-5 days per week
Threes - choose 3-5 days per week
Pre-K - choose 4-5 days per week
Pricing is based on the number of days per week the child attends:
2 days per week (Tuesday, Thursday) - $175/month
3 days per week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) - $220/month
4 days per week (Monday-Thursday) - $250/month
5 days per week (Monday-Friday) - $275/month
Children should be the age of the class they are entering by September 1, 2018 in accordance with state guidelines for Kindergarten. We recommend that Threes and Pre-K children should be potty-trained before class begins in August.
The registration fee for all classes is equivalent to one month’s tuition. This fee is non-refundable and due at time of registration to hold your child’s spot in the class. The registration fee allows us to purchase our yearly curriculum licenses, books, and materials.
We also require an activity fee of $100 per child, which is due by September 1st. This fee allows us to bring activities in-house to the preschool.
Preschool hours are 9:00AM - 1:00PM. Student drop-off will begin at 8:45 each morning, and pick-up will be at 1:00 PM daily.
Registration will be all online. Students will be added to classes on a first-come, first-serve basis as registrations are submitted. Registration fees must be paid for the form to be submitted.
The 2018-19 school year will begin on August 13th and end on May 17th. We follow a modified version of the GCPS calendar. Our full calendar for the year will be available soon.
Questions? See our FAQ's below.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the hours? Class times are 9AM-1PM. Drop-off begins at 8:45 AM, and pick-up is 1:00 PM for both programs.
Are there full-day or extended-day options? Not currently. Our licensing exemption requires us to adhere to strict hourly guidelines.
Do students eat lunch? Yes, we ask that parents send a lunch for their child(ren) each day. Please do not pack any items including peanuts, peanut butter, or other nuts. We will make sure that children eat only the food packed by their own parents; no sharing food will be permitted for the safety of all our students.
Do parents send snacks daily? No, we ask parents to donate specific snack items on a rotating schedule. We only ask for certain items within our "safe snack list" that follows specific allergy guidelines for our students.
What is the allergy policy? For our snacks that are given to all students in our preschool/MMO, we don't allow any food items that include peanuts, tree nuts, milk/dairy, or eggs in the ingredients.
What items do parents send daily? We ask parents to send each child with a bag including diapers/pull-ups, wipes, a change of clothes appropriate for the weather, a lunch, and a water bottle or sippy cup for water (no juice, please). Please label bags, lunches, and bottles/cups with your child's name.
What is the difference between MMO and preschool? MMO students only attend 1-2 days per week, while preschool students attend 2-5 days per week. MMO is geared toward younger children who need to learn to socialize with peers and be with people beyond their immediate family members. MMO is structured more freely, with more free play times centered around the children's attention spans. Preschool classes, on the other hand, follow a curriculum and a more defined daily schedule. Preschool classes also have specials included in their daily schedules (see below).
What curriculum is used in the preschool? We buy yearly licenses to use the ABC Jesus Loves Me curriculum. It is a Bible-based curriculum which prepares children for school in a fun way. The children learn academic concepts in connection with Bible stories, and social skills through character-building scriptures and peer interaction. We allow time for free choice play centers in addition to recess. Our teachers also supplement the curriculum with games, arts & crafts, and other activities.
What "special" activities do students have? For the 2018-19 school year, we plan to offer music and chapel lessons weekly and PE twice weekly for our preschool classes. Our Pre-K (4 & 5 year olds) class will also have a Spanish lesson and science experiment lesson weekly. We schedule monthly fun/dress-up days for our students, and also plan special events throughout the year when parents or other family members are invited to attend for holidays or other special occasions.
Monday - PE, Tuesday - Music, Wednesday - PE, Thursday - Spanish (4&5 only), Friday - Chapel.
Have a question that wasn't answered here? Feel free to contact our director, Sarah West, at 770-601-7908 or by email at email@example.com.