Thursday, July 25, 2019
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Our Shepherd Lutheran Preschool program offers children ages 3 and 4 a theme-driven, play-based curriculum that encourages learning through self-discovery. We also begin laying the foundation for language, math, science and thinking skills. Our preschool is a ministry of Christian love to children, as well as a support to parents, in the nurturing and caring for their children. Our program of early childhood education promotes the spiritual, social, emotional, intellectual and physical development of young children. We would love for your family to become a part of our family.
Provide opportunities to stimulate a child’s interest and need for exploration while discovering and creating.
Foster independence, build self-confidence, encourage positive decision making and problem solving skills.
Teaching children about God, themselves, and what it means to live a life of faith.
Provide opportunities for grown in all areas of academics, gross and fine motor skills and personal relationships.
We welcome all potential families to join us for an Admissions Tour to find out more about Our Shepherd Preschool, to visit our facility, and learn about our programs. Please contact our admissions office, at (248) 645-0551 to set up your tour, or fill at the form below.
Registration forms received on the tour, accompanied by the $125 registration fee may be turned into the school office. Priority for acceptance will be based on the date the application is received. Children currently in the three year old classes will have an opportunity to register before Preschool Preview night.
Written verification of acceptance, class placement, times and tuition cost will be mailed upon acceptance of a child into the program.
Your child's experiences will be many and varied. They include Jesus time, songs, stories, devotions, prayers, free choice play time, snack, group music, movement, and teacher directed group activities and an art project. These activities all serve to enhance the lesson of the day. We believe the most effective learning is that which grows as a result of the child's own motivation.