Our Classrooms

Program Objectives

Parents Morning Out:
PMO Class Pict
2-year-old class:
twos classroom pict
3-year-old class:
Threes Classroom Pict     
4-year-old class:
Fours Classroom Picture

To foster a child’s inherent curiosity as that child continues to explore and discover the world. To nurture individual learning styles through hands-on experience. To create an environment in which the child learns through play. Click here for a peek into our PMO class

To promote appropriate emotional and social development as the child learns how to cooperate and “parallel play” with peers. To help the child develop basic language and communication skills. To introduce basic learning concepts which will encourage healthy cognitive development, including color, shape, letter and number recognition.Click here for a peek into our two-year-old class

To encourage socialization and learning through play. To implement academic learning through stimulating hands-on centers and activities (art, sensory exploration, dramatic play, blocks, math, science, computers, listening and reading). To provide a nurturing classroom environment in which each child’s individual qualities are embraced. Click here for a peek into our three-year-old-class

To help prepare the child for kindergarten emotionally, socially and academically in a positive and nurturing environment by focusing on the following skills/subjects: reading readiness, math concepts, fine motor skills, science and awareness of self. Click here for a peek into our four-year-old class


Inside and outside the classroom, children at St. Paul’s Preschool have an opportunity to learn and grow through a variety of experiences, including:

  • structured playtime and center work
  • daily outdoor play, weather permitting
  • bimonthly program focused on music and movement
  • field trips (pumpkin patch, strawberry picking, puppet show, etc)
  • bimonthly chapel service
  • special visitors (Library lady, Fire Department, Buddy the Pony)
  • annual Christmas pageant
  • graduation ceremony for the 4-year-old class
  • individual and class picture days