Church In The Gardens Preschool
Hello. I am so glad you are here!
Thank you for checking out Church In The Gardens Preschool. We are dedicated to training up the next generation of Christian leaders through the integration of faith and learning. Our passion for education, learning and exploring in a creative, fun and loving environment is only surpassed by our love of children. At our new state-of-the-art campus, your child will be safe, loved and understood as an unique individual.
As a ministry of Church in the Gardens, we are committed to providing a Christian education and the foundation needed for your child to grow and deepen in relationship with Christ. Our gifted staff act as role models to your child by living a Christ-like life, serving others and impacting the world for Him. The moment you walk through our door, you will know you have made the right decision for your child. We look forward to partnering with you to serve your family and to serve God.
Ms. Sophia Francis
Church in the Gardens Preschool first opened its doors in 1967. The mission was to reach out to the community to provide a safe, nurturing and educational environment for children. That same mission continues today as we minister to many families in our community.
We believe that Early Childhood Education lays the foundation for the future learning experience and molds a child’s attitude toward learning. “Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” (Proverbs 22:6), Church in the Gardens Preschool is a ministry of Church in the Gardens and our goal is to help children find joy in learning and provide a foundation by which they can come to know God. We believe that development is a process which is fostered when each child experiences success and challenges daily. We provide quality care that enhances the social, emotional, physical, mental and spiritual development of each child through developmentally appropriate activities.
We respect parents as the primary and most important Teacher. We believe parents and teachers must form a partnership to guide children the developmental process with positive reinforcement and redirection. Each child is “fearfully and wonderfully made” (Psalm 139:14) and will be respected and valued as unique individuals.