SCS Preschool uses Learning without Tears for Preschool, which include:
Multisensory and developmentally appropriate lessons that get preschoolers ready for kindergarten
Specially-designed and unique manipulatives to actively engage little learners in lessons
Easy-to-learn and easy-to-teach activities that promote deeper understandings
Teacher’s guides and student workbooks with explicit instruction
Digital apps to introduce little learners to tech.
How do we lay a foundation for spiritual, social/emotional, and academic development?
Pre-reading and academics skills (i.e., letters, numbers)
Fine motor skills (i.e. use of scissors)
Graphing, charting, rhyming words, opposites
Gross motor skills (i.e., balance beam, upper/lower body strength)
Music Instruction designed for Preschool students
At Southeast Christian Preschool, we believe children are a gift from God. Preschool provides a warm, loving, and nurturing atmosphere where children can thrive. Children learn through age-appropriates practices modeled at home and school. Parents are the primary educators partnering with this preschool to provide for individual needs and learning styles.
During these early years, children are taught that God is the Creator of all things and that He has a deep and powerful love for all His children. It is our goal that during this brief but important time in your child’s life, the stage will be set for a lifetime love of learning built on spiritual principles.
Ready Bodies Learning Minds
Southeast Christian School is excited to offer one of the leading gross motor and fine motor programs under the direction of a certified Occupational Therapist Assistant. This developmentally appropriate and engaging program will support early learners in mastering critical physical skills for academic and mobility success.
With the addition of a motor lab for use with children EC-8, Southeast Christian School is providing a critical early learning tool that your child will be able to access and enjoy. Our goals include:
Help children develop the skills necessary for learning readiness and mastery of the environment
Improve child’s ability to maneuver and function in their environment leading them to better performances in tasks such as handwriting, sitting still, paying attention, speaking, and behavior.
Stimulate the child’s sensory systems.
Ability to better control themselves and accomplish tasks by making children aware of their environment and learning about the sensations of his own movement.
Create a base for the skill building of physical education.
Build a structure for the acquisition of academic skills.
Registration Fees: Early Learning, 3s & 4s, Junior Kindergarten: $200/family
All Day Programs
Our all day program consists of a morning program, lunch (parent-provided and nut-free), minimum 30-minute rest period, and an afternoon enrichment program.
3s & 4s
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Half Day Programs
Early Learning – 2s
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3s & 4s
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Registration fees are per family, non-refundable, and due annually.
All program changes (reductions/withdrawals) after enrollment are subject to a $50 change fee.
Children need to be two years old on or before August 1st for the Early Learning-2s classes.
Children need to be three years old on or before October 1st for the 3s classes.
Children need to be four years old on or before October 1st for the 4s classes.
Prerequisite for Junior Kindergarten: Must have previous 4s experience.
Optional Preschool Programs
This program is designed to provide children with an extended day. Spaces are limited. Our teachers will transport children to the appropriate classroom for lunch. Lunch Bunch is offered Monday through Friday. Parents provide lunch for their child.
Frequency & Price
1 day/week: $45/month
2 days/week: $90/month
3 days/week: $135/month
4 days/week: $180/month
5 days/week: $225/month
All Lunch Bunch options are offered for 3s, 4s, and Junior Kindergarten only.
We are a nut-free environment. All lunches need to be peanut, nut, peanut butter free.
Drop-In Before Care
Staff-supervised program beginning at 7:30 until the start of school.
$10/ hour (maximum)
The Summer Session provides children a Biblically-based, fun place to come and spend a few hours during the summer. Age-appropriate activities are provided for children who will be three years of age on or before June first through six years of age for currently enrolled students. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Session 1: June 2-4, 9-11
Session 2: July 14-16, 21-23
9:00 am to 1:00 pm
1 day/ week: $60 per 2-week session
2 days/week: $120 per 2-week session
3 days/week: $180 per 2-week session
$40 registration fee
Frequently Asked Questions
What makes Southeast Preschool unique?
Learning without Tears
Music (Christmas Program)
Social/Emotional skill development
Small classroom sizes
Highly experienced staff
Field trips to enhance curriculum
What is your average classroom size?
Our average class size is 16-19 children with two qualified teachers.
What type of program do you offer?
We are a Christian preschool where the Word of God is taught daily. The Preschool uses Learning without Tears for Preschool based around a monthly theme with age-appropriate activities and learning centers.
How do I pay for my child’s tuition?
There are two ways to pay. You may pay your yearly tuition in full directly to the school on/or before the deadline date of July 1, or if arriving late in the year, prior to your child’s first day of class. You may also pay monthly (August–May) through FACTS (our tuition management program) via automatic ACH transactions. All FACTS participants are subject to a $50 non-refundable annual fee. We are pleased to offer a robust variable tuition program.
What are your staff qualifications?
Each degreed staff member meets or exceeds the Department of Human Services’ standards. Each staff member must have a thorough understanding of Early Childhood Education and have a personal relationship with Christ.
Do you have parent/teacher conferences?
We schedule Parent/Teacher conferences twice a year.
Are you on a traditional school calendar?
We follow a traditional school calendar, starting August 17 and ending May 25.
What is your allergy policy?
With the growing number of food allergies, please ensure your child does not bring lunches or snacks that contain peanuts, peanut butter, or nuts of any kind. We cannot guarantee the school is a peanut, peanut butter, or nut-free environment.
At what age can my child start Southeast Christian Preschool?
Your child needs to be 2 years old on/before August 1 for the Early Learning Program. They need to be 3 years old on/before October 1 to enroll in 3s class and 4 years old on/before October 1 for 4s class. A Junior Kindergarten child needs 4s experience.
Do you give tours?
Yes, we schedule tours weekly. Please call 720-842-5660 for more information.
We are excited that you are considering enrolling your student at Southeast Christian School. Our partnership with families and the success of students begins with our enrollment process.
And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength. This is the first commandment. And the second, like it, is this “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” There is no other commandment greater than these.