Established in 1988, our priority at Mason Christian Preschool is to provide a challenging and exciting environment where your child feels safe and loved.
Our dedicated and experienced teachers prepare a classroom filled with daily activities to challenge every unique stage of your child’s development.
We offer morning, afternoon and extended day classes for children 2 years through 5 years of age. We encourage you to schedule a tour of our facility to see our teachers “in action” as they share and teach in a dynamic and exciting classroom setting.
- Morning classes meet from 9:00 AM until 11:30 PM
- Afternoon classes meet from 12:30 PM until 3:00 PM
- Extended Day classes meet from 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM
WE BELIEVE THAT PLAY IS TRUELY THE CHILD’S WORK
Learning through play occurs in a framework of Christian love and acceptance. Daily activities are planned for the age-appropriateness of each class. Each child’s needs are unique and development occurs at different times for each child. Activities will be provided to challenge each age and stage of development.
BRIDGES… FROM PRESCHOOL TO KINDERGARTEN
Bridges is a wonderful pre-Kindergarten program devoted to children who are “crossing the bridge” from Preschool to Kindergarten.
This class is designed for older four year-olds and young five year-olds (5 yr. by December 1) who are often not ready for the many demands of kindergarten. We use a Christian, literature-based curriculum in which science, math, language arts, and Biblical principles are integrated along with the creativity of music and art. Any child who is school-age (5 years by September 30) could also stay for before and after school care in the Koncourse classroom located upstairs as part of the Landing program.
Classes meet Tuesday through Friday 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM or 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM
Love is our first priority.
We believe that we are called by God to this ministry,both of teaching young children and of working with families to share God’s love. We realize our strengths and teaching gifts come from the Lord. We admit our needs and ask His help as we serve Him. Our ultimate goal is to lead each child to know God’s love in a very real and personal way, both through daily activities and specifically by singing, teaching, reading and sharing together. Finally, as teachers, we strive to model God’s love by believing in the inherent worth of each child, creating a spirit of thankfulness, fostering care and concern, exemplifying Biblical principles in all activities and providing a loving, Christian experience for all children and their families.