Saint Mary Preschool: A Great Place to Begin

The Saint Mary Preschool program offers a positive and happy introduction to learning in a school setting.

Students attend preschool either two or three days per week from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Before School is available from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.  Preschool students who are no longer in diapers may also enroll in the elementary school After School Care program which is open until 6:00 p.m.  A limited number of spots are available for full time students.

There are three self-contained preschool classrooms for students two through five years of age.  Each class is taught by two teachers working together in order to provide a safe and loving environment for play, guided exploration and hands on learning activities. These competent and dedicated teachers work as partners with parents in educating their children and serve as role models of the Catholic faith by demonstrating love and compassion to all of their students.

Bunny Class

Students must reach the age of two by September 1st of the school year.

Fish Class

Students must reach the age of three by September 1 of the school year.

Frog Class

Students must reach the age of four by September 1 of the school year or age five if not entering kindergarten.

Applications for fall enrollment are available beginning late January. An open house is held at that time for families interested in visiting our preschool. If you miss this enrollment period, you may contact the Preschool to inquire about openings. For further information about admission priority, refer to the School Policy for Admission and Re-enrollment.


Unique Assets

Low student/teacher ratio Carefully planned classroom activities Developmentally designed outdoor playground Catholic Christian values Developmental Assessment Field Trips Standardized curriculum and evaluation



Saint Mary Preschool staff members are trained and caring individuals who strive to demonstrate a respect for the dignity and needs of the whole child. They provide excellent communication between home and school to make sure that each child’s early childhood years are the best they can be.