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Our School

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    St. Stephen’s Preschool is founded on the following principles:

    Young children grow and develop best intellectually when they can structure their own learning. Therefore, they are free to choose from a wide range of developmentally appropriate activities. Children are encouraged to ask their own questions and seek their own answers through exploration within a carefully structured setting.

    Young children need a secure and loving environment for emotional and social growth. Therefore, teachers provide models of mutual respect and affection and make rules and expectations that are clear. Children are encouraged to express themselves through language — using “their words”.

    Young children learn to take responsibility for themselves as they are taught to read clues in their environment to help them make decisions. They learn that there are consequences to the choices they make and to the actions they take. Teachers help children learn to speak for themselves. At St. Stephen’s Preschool we know that a child’s social and emotional maturity is the best indicator of his/her future success in school.

Our Programs

  • Programs
    Toddler’s Morning Out
    1-Day Program
    A child may enter this program between the ages of 12 and 18 months.

    2-Day Program
    There are 2 two-day programs for children from 18-26 months.

    Two-Year-Old Toddlers
    3-Day Program
    The 2-year-old child in this program will typically turn 3 sometime between September and February after entering this class.

    2-Day Program
    The 2-year-old child entering this program typically will not turn 3 until sometime during or after the spring of the school year.

    Three to Five Years Old
    4-Day Program
    A four-day program for 3 to 3 1/2 year-olds.

    5-Day Program
    A five-day program for ages 3 1/2 to 5 year-olds.

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