Enrollment Information

Children will be accepted for enrollment who are between the ages of 2 years and 6 years old, provided the preschool can meet the needs of the child. We do enroll children who are not potty trained.

Peace Christian Preschool admits students of any race, color, creed, national and ethnic origin with all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to our students.

Preschool & Pre-Kindergarten Classes


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  • $535.005 Days
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Yearly Registration Fee: $125

If you have any questions about our amazing preschool, please contact us.

Little Tots Classes


  • $850.005 Days
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  • $640.005 Days
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Yearly Registration Fee: $125

If you have any questions about our amazing preschool, please contact us.

Opening Times

We are open 7:00am to 5:30pm, Monday through Friday. Full days are from 7:00am to 5:30pm. Half days are from 8:30am to 12:30pm.

We observe most of the public school holidays.

Discounts & Payments

Fees are payable, in advance, on the 1st day of each calendar month, usually by standing order.

A 5% sibling discount is applied when multiple children are enrolled.

A Day at Peace Preschool

Christian Teachings
Bible Lessons are taught on a daily basis each day at an age appropriate level. Weekly Chapel time allows the children to experience the joy of worshiping together in God’s house. It helps teach them respect for this special time while they enjoy lively songs, special verses, and favorite Bible stories. Pastor Mark Whittaker or Pastor Wayne Riddering joins us to give our message.

Circle Time 
Circle time provides an opportunity for children to develop social skills, learn to share ideas and listen to others. With frequent opportunities for group experiences, children gain an awareness of others and a sense of group identity.

Small Group Time
Teachers implement small group activities with a few children at a time, developing the unique interests and abilities of each child. Our teachers use the time to work individually on specific skill development.

Child-Directed Learning
Child-directed play is an important part of a young child’s day. The activities they choose at school allow for exploration and discovery at the child’s pace. During this learning time, teachers individualize attention by encouraging children to make choices appropriate to their needs.

Meals and Snacks
At the table, children build social skills through casual discussion with each other and teachers. Discussions about food and nutrition teach children about healthy lifestyles. Mealtimes also provide an opportunity for children to discuss the day’s events and to communicate their feelings with one another.  All our snacks include two food groups.

Rest Time
Napping in the afternoon helps children relax and prepare for more learning. A teacher is always present. After some quiet time, children are re-energized and ready to take on the remainder of the day!

Outdoor Play
Playing outdoors isn’t just fun-it helps children grow and stay active and healthy. By extending classroom activities into our outdoor areas, learning takes on new meaning and involves opportunities to interact with nature.

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