REGISTRATION FOR CURRENT FAMILIES AND CLAIRMONT MEMBERS CONTINUES THROUGH JANUARY.
NEW FAMILIES BEGIN REGISTRATION ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT BARBARA POWERS, DIRECTOR OF THE CPC PRESCHOOL,
AT (404) 634-4212 OR BARBARA@CLAIRMONTPRES.ORG.
is to provide the best conditions to promote each child’s mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual growth. We have classes for 1-year-olds (Toddler Parents’ Morning Out), 2-year-olds, 3-year-olds, 4-year-old Pre-K, and a half day 5-year-old kindergarten. Arrival time for our school is 8:45-9 a.m., and dismissal is from 11:45 a.m. to noon. We have an optional “lunch bunch” hour from noon to 1 p.m. that the children may attend.
is the development of the whole child. We allow the children to progress at their own pace. We strive to offer social interaction with other children, experiences designed to develop large and small motor skills, basic learning skills appropriate for each age level, and opportunities to succeed at tasks suitable to their developmental level which helps create a positive self-image.
Enhancements to Our Learning Environment
Also available for children ages two years to four years, is our Fun Friday play group. Fun Friday operates from 8:45 a.m. to noon, the same hours as the preschool and kindergarten.
We also offer a variety of afterschool activities from 1-1:45 p.m.:
Puppetry (Ps and Qs)
Handwriting fine motor skill development with an occupational therapist
About the Clairmont Presbyterian Preschool and Kindergarten
Founded in 1956, Clairmont's Preschool and Kindergarten has always been open to all children in the community regardless of race or creed.
We specialize in small class sizes so that pupils can be given as much individual attention as possible. The staff, qualified in education and experienced in the art of understanding and working with children, is eager to make your child’s first learning experience away from home one which lays the foundation for wholeness and security. The program gives each child broad opportunities for learning that may be enriched upon as they later enter elementary school.
Our purpose is to provide the best conditions possible to promote each child’s mental, emotional, physical and spiritual growth; to strengthen each child’s capacity to establish healthy and meaningful relationships with children their own age; to find joy and satisfaction in creative work; to respect themselves and others; to know God through Jesus, through His Church, and His world.