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Available Classes 

St. Paul's Preschool is a half day program for children ages 3 to 5 years old.  We are a faith and play based program which focuses on the developmental needs of all our students.  Teachers use a combination of faith and developmentally appropriate curriculum to create a variety of learning experiences.  We encourage families to come and visit our NLSA accredited school!

Early Learning 

3 to 4 Year Old Classes

Class Times:


Tuesday/Thursday 9:15-11:45


Annual Tuition Rate $1,170.00 or

$130.00 a month (9 payments)

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4 to 5 Year Old Classes 

Class Times:

Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday 9:00-11:30

Annual Tuition Rate $1,440.00 or

$160.00 a month (9 payments)

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Pre-K Class

4 and 5 Year Old Classes

Class Times:


Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday 8:45-11:45

Annual Tuition Rate $1,935.00 or 

$215.00 a month (9 payments) 



We use a combination of Creative Curriculum, Voyages (faith based), Handwriting Without Tears and teacher generated materials.


The preschool curriculum is based on the premise that children have God-given talents that adults need to nurture and that they all learn best through hands-on, real experiences.  Teachers will help children grow in the following developmental areas:


          Spiritual/social/emotional living,

          Communicative arts (language development),

          Expressive arts (creative development),

          Wellness (physical development) and

          Discovery about the world (cognitive development).


In each area, teachers plan activities that are appropriate for the developmental level of the children in their care and are guided by the Ohio Early Learning and Development Standards.

Daily Routine

1.  Arrival and Opening:  Small activities are available for children as they arrive in order to make separation and transition occur as smoothly as possible.

2.  Jesus Time:  Prayer, songs and Bible stories are a part of our curriculum.  These activities are the introduction to the theme for the day.

3.  Large Group:  Children are brought together to share ideas, listen to stories, gain information and develop a sense of belonging to the classroom community.

4.  Small Group:  Children are given activities and instructions within a small group of peers.  This allows for personalized instruction.

5.  Center Time:  Children are free to explore the classroom and choose a variety of activities to do independently or with peers.

6.  Snack:  A two food group snack is served and table manners are taught and practiced. 

7.  Gross Motor/Music Time:  Emphasis is placed on physical development of large and small muscles.

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