2015-2016 Preschool registration is now open!
is a kindergarten readiness program, that prepares children to eventually attend kindergarten. We offer a fun and engaging range of activities and age-appropriate learning moments to build character, relational skills, cognitive ability that will take your child to the next step towards kindergarten. We teach language arts, math and writing through fun creative curriculum taught by gifted teachers. Each class will also experience science fun, arts and crafts, music and movement, Bible stories and large muscle play time in a fun multi-sensory approach.
is to deliver a rich experience of quality time spent in building relationships, learning and playing together in a manner consistent with Eagle Church’s commitment to demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ and uphold biblical truth. The mission of Eagle PreSchool is to provide a program that is responsive to the changing needs of the children, parents, staff and community.
For children, we strive to maintain a safe, healthy and nurturing environment where the developmental needs of the children are addressed.
For parents, we strive to keep the program affordable, and available. It is our goal to serve as a resource for support and education.
For staff, we strive to provide an atmosphere that will attract and retain well trained personnel, by maintaining good working conditions. We encourage a sense of cooperation and open communication among members of the PreSchool community.
For a tour of our facility, contact Elisabeth Benedict, Eagle PreSchool Director
August-May: All tours should be by appointment only.
Hours of Operation: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday |9am – 3pm
*Summer tours are by appointment only (no official hours of operation).
Eagle PreSchool admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Eagle PreSchool does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies or scholarship programs.