About Our Programs

Class Placement

Our programs provide a loving Christian atmosphere that encourages each child to grow, explore and learn. Faith Preschool offers 2 Day, 3 Day, and 5 Day programs as well as morning and afternoon classes to meet your needs. Placement in a particular class is based on the child’s age and developmental stage of readiness.

2 Day Program

Tuesday and Thursday
Morning: 9:15-11:45
Afternoon: 12:30-3:00

This beginning preschool program creates a loving and fun atmosphere to encourage each child to develop self-confidence and independence while developing an appreciation of literature, music, drama, poetry, and art. This class is a positive and exciting introduction into classroom learning.

3 Day Program

Monday/Wednesday/Friday
Morning: 9:15-11:45
Afternoon: 12:30-3:00


Through the Four-year old preschool program, we provide many activities to insure each child’s social and emotional growth is a healthy one. Each activity is carefully prepared by the teachers. The children are encouraged to be involved with the topics they want to learn about.

5 Day Program

Monday – Friday
Morning: 9:15-11:45
Afternoon: 12:30-3:00


Taught by teachers that understand the requirements for Kindergarten, this provides an excellent opportunity for each child to express himself or herself in a fun and caring environment, while learning skills and gaining the knowledge for kindergarten preparedness.

Learning Centers

All classrooms have curriculum based around our learning centers with activities geared to each age and developmental level.

Group Time

Periods of quiet alternating with periods of activity, pledge of allegiance, weather, calendar, story time, show and tell, games, songs, musical instruments, finger plays, conversations, and other activities for the group together.

Arts and Crafts

Challenging gross and fine motor activities, hand-eye coordination with all kinds of painting (easel, finger, water color, feather, string etc.), cutting, gluing, pasting, including collage items. Activities with play-doh, water play, games, and small manipulative play, which includes readiness activities (basic colors, shapes, math skills, matching, and change of seasons).

Outdoor Play

Teachers encourage outside play, weather permitting. A variety of equipment is provided for children to develop their bodies and coordination with climbing, crawling, and sliding. When the children are unable to go outside we have tricycles, wagons, and other toys are used in the hallways, parlor and classrooms. We will not go out if it is raining, snowing, or too cold. The staff will decide to limit outdoor play due to weather or safety concerns.

Free Play

Children will have an opportunity to choose a variety of activities (free play) every day, including manipulative, dramatic play, blocks, listening center, library, science corner, and cooperative play. This time is also for the creative activity of the day, connected with the day’s lesson plan.