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Preschool Programs

Part Time and Full Time Options

Hope Christian Preschool (for 3 and 4 year olds) works to meet the unique academic, social, and spiritual needs of our youngest students. As children absorb ideals early, we feel strongly that a Christ-centered, values-driven environment is essential during the early education process and beyond.

Our curriculum prepares preschoolers for elementary classes by providing a fun format for learning numbers, letters, and Bible. We promote the love of learning and the love of God’s principles, laying a strong foundation in the heart and mind of a child.
Pre-K3 is for students turning 3 before September 1st. We offer a part time option (3 days a week) or a full time program (5 days a week).
Pre-K4 is for students turning 4 before September 1st. We offer a full time program (5 days a week).

All students must be completely toilet trained (no pull-ups) and able to dress/undress and clean themselves independently when they use the restroom.*
Our beautiful, state-of-the-art space!
Whether your student is here for 3 days a week or full time, they will be playing and learning in these spacious, light-filled rooms with in-room bathrooms and direct access to the preschool playground.
Before & After School Care
Extended supervision for our three and four year old preschoolers is available before school from 7:45am - 8:30am for a flat fee and after school from 3pm - 4:30pm for an hourly fee. Billing is done on a monthly basis and payments are handled online through FACTS. Click the gold button for details and extended care registration.
*Note about placement:
Even though a child may meet the age requirement to enter the pre-school or pre-kindergarten program, maturity level of the child is a factor in his/her success in our program. If it is determined by the end of the first quarter that the child is not handling the structure of our academic program, a conference will be called with the parents. In some circumstances the parents may be asked to withdraw the child until he or she reaches a higher level of maturity.