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FLP LogoWelcome to our Preschool website. I hope you will find it to be helpful and informative. Our commitment is to nurture children’s spiritual growth and their love of learning. Dedicated staff and educated teachers provide a warm, Christian environment, while our small class sizes and developmentally appropriate curriculum help prepare children for the next steps in their education.

 

We are accredited with the National Lutheran Accreditation Commission. The visiting Accreditation team commended us “for providing a phenomenal classroom environment that is rich and hands-on, allowing for optimal learning.” The desire to provide excellence in every educational aspect earned Faith Lutheran Preschool the distinction of being an EXEMPLARY SCHOOL by the NLSA commission for the 2011-2012 school year! We continually strive to maintain that level of excellence.

Faith Lutheran Preschool is a feeder school for Faith Lutheran Academy. If our school looks like a good fit for your child, please call to schedule a tour. I would be happy to meet with you to discuss our program and answer any questions you may have about it.

Tonia Tate
Director

Our Philosophy

We believe that God has created each child as a unique and wondrous individual. We consider the needs of the whole family and provide a safe and nurturing environment that promotes the physical, intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual growth of each child.

We believe young children learn best through various forms of play. Our developmentally appropriate program provides children the opportunities to use and to build upon their knowledge.

Our goal is to nurture the child’s self-esteem, help the child to develop respect for others and encourage his/her expression of creativity. We strive to share the Good News of the forgiveness and salvation through Christ with all people and show guidance in all areas of living in accordance with God’s Word. Children are encouraged to reflect Christ’s love and to share their gifts with others; bearing fruit for eternity.

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