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Family of Christ Christian Preschool

Our Purpose

The purpose of Family of Christ Christian Preschool is to provide the children of our members and the children in the community with quality education that builds and nurtures each child's spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social and physical development in a distinctly Christian environment where children feel safe, supported and loved. Family of Christ Christian Preschool is an important ministry of Family of Christ Lutheran Church that involves the congregation, community, staff, family and child.

Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these."  Matthew 19:14

 

What We Offer:

  • Distinctly Christian atmosphere
  • Variety of learning opportunities
  • Highly qualified staff
  • Opportunities for parent and family involvement
  • Small class sizes
  • Classes that run from September to May
  • Hands-on learning experiences
  • Formation of positive relationships
  • Parent-Teacher conferences
  • Loving and caring staff
  • Christian teachings woven throughout curriculum
  • Open invitation to visit/join our congregation
  • Supportive congregation

 

Parent Endorsements

About the program in general:

  • "I love the friendliness and the atmosphere. My child loves to come to school and that means a lot."
  • "It has taught my daughter better manners and is wonderful."
  • "This was my 5th year of preschool and my 3rd school and I can tell you, without a doubt, you did a fantastic job. I look forward to when it is my next child's turn."
  • "My son's preschool experience has really started him on the right foot for a lifetime of learning."

About the classroom:

  • "Very well set up, educational, child friendly and colorful."

About the curriculum:

  • "My son has really grown in his knowledge of God and what Jesus did for us."
  • "We like Buddy Bear and Star of the Day - it gets us (parents) involved too."
  • "The curriculum is amazing."