Choosing the right preschool for your family can be a daunting task, but we hope this guide makes it even a little bit easier!
Do you have a favorite school that is not on our list? Please tell us about them! Email us at [email protected] and we would love to reach out to them!
Primrose School of Beavercreek
Primrose School of Beavercreek is an accredited private preschool that provides a premier educational child care experience. At Primrose, they partner with parents to help children build the right foundation for future learning and life and offer an environment that helps children have fun while nurturing Active Minds, Healthy Bodies, and Happy Hearts®. Primrose Schools offers year-round programs for children from infant through school age, including summer camp.
With purposeful play and nurturing guidance from teachers, their Balanced Learning approach inspires children to think in more ways :: with creativity, compassion, and resourcefulness. This time-tested approach instills a love of learning and discovery that helps children develop and excel for years.
At Primrose, they believe whom children become is as important as what they know, and their mission is to forge a path that leads to a brighter future for all children.
Ascension Catholic School
Ascension Catholic School is committed to providing a strong foundation for students to become confident learners through hands-on learning experiences, small classroom sizes, and discovery. Their literacy leader works closely with students and teachers to facilitate learning practices that align with research-based instruction such as the Science of Reading. This early literacy learning is so important to later development of reading skills.
Ascension will hold a Preschool Informational meeting on February 13, 2024 at 6:30 PM in the school. Please email the principal, Susan DiGiorgio, for more information.
St. Helen School
The St. Helen Catholic Preschool Program was awarded a 5-star rating in the Step-Up-To-Quality Program and is proud to be a Preschool Promise Partner. Their preschool program accepts children ages three to five years old and offers both part and full time schedules. As a preschool, they believe children must be taught with care and kindness at their own pace. Children must be nurtured in a tender and careful manner. They must be encouraged to discover the world using their own experiences. In addition, St. Helen Preschool celebrates diversity through adding cultural learning in their curriculum. St. Helen will hold an annual Open House at the end of February and welcome new family enrollment in March.