Preschool



Director 630-833-1080

Preschool Classes for 2-3-4 year olds
630-833-1080

Email: directortcns@trinityvp.com

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2022-2023
Class Offerings and Monthly Tuition

Early Learners (2 years old by Sept. 1st)
M/W/F $290
a 5 day option may be added based on demand and staffing.

Preschool (3 by Sept. 1st) and Pre-Kindergarten (4 by Sept. 1st)
M/W/F $290
M-F $330
Registration for the 2022-2023 School Year
Current family registration will begin January 3rd.
New family registration begins February 1st

2022-2023 Calendar

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"Let the little children come to me and forbid them not." said Jesus, "of such shall my kingdom be."

Since 1968, Trinity Christian Nursery School has offered a 3 and a 4-year-old preschool program. In the fall of 2010 we were happy to begin a 2-year-old preschool program.   All of our programs here at Trinity Christian Nursery School center around basic Christian concepts and giving your child the tools to succeed in school.



Trinity Christian Nursery School reserves the right to cancel any class at any time due to insufficient enrollment

*Trinity Christian Preschool is licensed by the State of Illinois, Department of Children and Family Services. The room and facilities are inspected annually by the local fire inspector and board of health.

*The Staff is Illinois State Board Certified

*Trinity Christian Preschool does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origin or creed.

THE PURPOSE is to aid parents in early childhood education that provides positive Christian learning and social experiences. Trinity Christian Preschool's curriculum centers around basic Christian concepts. First, God created the world. This is taught by exploration of nature and the realization that nature is a gift of God. Secondly, Jesus is our Savior. This is taught by learning about the life and death of Jesus and other familiar Bible stories.

WHAT DO CHILDREN LEARN IN PRESHOOL?
Young children learn wherever they are, but if their learning is to benefit them to the utmost, they need space, equipment and materials to test their growing powers. Also, they need warm acceptance and understanding of their abilities. They can find these in a good preschool. In our school they learn the security of a regular routine, and to respect and follow this routine.

Within this routine they have freedom; the freedom to be themselves, to dramatize, to build, to concentrate, to joke, to mimic, to create, to love and to pray.
Language, and listening skills are developed through the use of books, music, songs, games and finger plays. Students begin to know themselves better as children of God who can listen, respect, build, create, love and bring joy to their home from their own private experience.
Students learn about and build a concept of God, the loving Father, and the love and forgiveness shown us through Christ; thereby reflecting his love to others. They learn some of God's words, respect for the Bible and have weekly visits to Chapel.
Every increment of growth contributes to the child's readiness for the next step forward. Children who have had rich and satisfying experiences in preschool, go on to Kindergarten liking school and looking forward to new situations.