Grace Church’s Early Learning Center offers two early childhood development programs designed to promote young children’s academic and spiritual development: Grace Christian Child Care and Grace Christian Preschool – both of which were created as a result of Grace Church’s ongoing commitment to serve and meet the needs of families in our community.
The Early Learning Center provides nurturing and stimulating learning environments where children can grow academically, physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. Both programs are guided by the Christian principles of love, compassion, and respect. Taught by caring, dedicated, and experienced teachers, Grace’s children are equipped with a strong Christian foundation, as well as with skills to help them thrive and excel when they enter Kindergarten.
Established in 1992, Grace Christian Child Care provides a year-round full day program for children from infancy through five years of age. Before and After School Care and a Summer Camp Program are designed for elementary school-age children. The curriculum offers an abundance of learning opportunities throughout the day, comprised of planned lessons as well as child-initiated activities.
Grace Christian Preschool opened in 2009, providing half-day morning and afternoon programs for children ages two through five. Classes run from September through May and offer whole group and independent learning opportunities. A monthly mid-day “Lunch Bunch” program and week-long Summer Camp provide additional enrichment.
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