Zion Lutheran School’s Preschool Programs offer a flexible schedule for children ages 3-5 years old. Parents may choose to enroll their child(ren) anywhere from a minimum of two days a week up to a maximum of five days per week, and parents can choose either full day or half day to attend.
Parents also choose which day of the week they would like their child(ren) to attend.
Ex: A family could choose Monday, Wednesday, Friday half days, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday full days or five half or full days a week.
Every family’s needs are different. Therefore, we created a program where the schedule is at the discretion of the family. Our classes max out at 16 students per day.
Preschool Daily Schedule:
Half Day – 8:15 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Full Day – 8:15 a.m.-3 p.m.
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Preschool program selection (which days you’d like to attend) takes place during the admissions process in Blackbaud – our online, secure enrollment management system.
Click here to start the enrollment process for our preschool program.
Children who are 3 years of age on or before September 1 will be eligible for our 3 year old preschool programs.
Children who are 4 years of age on or before September 1 will be eligible for our 4 year old preschool programs.
The staff at Zion recognizes that most children are more successful if they are five years old when entering kindergarten. Children who are 5 years of age on or before September 1 will be eligible for our kindergarten.
We ask all kindergarten students new to Zion Lutheran School to attend one of our observation days to help us get to know your child and provide them with the best classroom placement. Observation days take place at the end of May and typically late summer.
We strive to help students develop critical minds and a life-long love of learning that guides choices and can transform lives.
Our focus on individual students strengths ignites curiosity, creativity, grit and resilience in our students.
We are committed to each and every child growing their faith and love of God, and our students emerge ready to serve and succeed with Christ as their compass.