Three-year-old children are ready to learn: about making friends, getting along with peers, learning to collaborate and play with others, exploring new ideas, asking questions, and solving problems independently.
The three-year-old preschool program focuses on learning through exploration, discovery, and exciting adventures. A low student-teacher ratio assures that every child receives personal attention in a safe environment.
New students must be three years of age by September 30 and have independent toileting habits. Three-day and five-day programs are available.
By age four, most children are ready: to engage in rich conversations and ask open-ended questions, to be curious about how things work, and to find answers to problems.
The four-year-old pre-kindergarten program is a five-day-a-week program designed to prepare students for the academic and social environment of kindergarten at Trinity. Pre-kindergarten emphasizes developing reading and introductory math skills. Every child receives individualized attention with our low teacher-student ratio.
All pre-kindergarten students must be four years of age by September 30.
Classroom activities include learning centers, resource classes, weekly chapel, guest speakers, community service projects, and multicultural holiday celebrations. These classroom activities are designed to support and foster each child’s curiosity and development. Parents are encouraged to take an active part in preschool activities.
The Commonwealth of Virginia’s Department of Social Services licenses Trinity Lutheran’s Preschool as well as as the Extended Care program.