About our school
Founded in 1999, Holy Trinity Preschool is a nondenominational preschool offering high quality early education programs to 3, 4 and 5 year olds. Holy Trinity Preschool is open to children of all faiths and committed to teaching children in a Christian context.
The mission of Holy Trinity Preschool is to provide a safe and caring environment where young children are encouraged to grow physically, intellectually, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. We offer enjoyable learning and play experiences in an atmosphere of Christian love and concern.
The preschool’s goal is to foster the individual growth of each child in his/her socialization skills, ability to meet new situations, social interaction with others, self-confidence, positive self-image, emotional maturity and language and motor skill development. Learning should be a pleasant experience and school must be an enjoyable place. Holy Trinity Preschool believes that children grow best in this atmosphere.
What Makes Our Preschool Special?
- We have full-time certified teacher and assistants for each class
- We offer full and partial scholarships
- We have a locked door policy (doors are locked during school hours)
- We offer French language lessons for each Academic class
- We have weekly music lessons
- We offer drive-up, drop-off and pick up in front of the school
- We are Christian based
- The church Pastor or a church member make scheduled visits to classes for age appropriate bible stories and activities
- Parent involvement is welcome on a voluntary basis, though not required
- Learning is fun. School is a positive and exciting place to be.
- Gross and fine motor skill development is sequential. Development of these skills occurs according to each individual child’s maturation.
- Language development is essential to academic success.
- Acceptable and appropriate behavior is learned through experience. Students are provided individual as well as small and large group exercises to allow for optimal social growth.
- Children crave new experiences that allow for learning and growth.
- Success fosters more success; a child’s self-concept determines his behavior.
- Children differ in abilities, experiences, methods and rates of learning and readiness. All lessons and activities are developed with this in mind.
- Imagination, creativity, exploration and independence flourish in a warm and inviting atmosphere.
- Depth of understanding increases through experiences and involvement –actively seeing, doing and trying rather than simply listening.
- Christian ideals are not a subject apart from daily living, but rather a way to live and work together.