Lower Providence Presbyterian Preschool
Lower Providence Presbyterian Preschool (LPPP) is a nonprofit cooperative which provides a quality educational program grounded in Christian values for preschool children.
The teachers at LPPP care very much about each student and will guide your child to achieve the following objectives:
- Acquire a joyful desire to learn
- Respond to adults other than their parents
- Develop the skills to socially interact with other children
- Achieve a sense of self-worth
- Respect his/herself, his/her classmates and the surrounding community
- Feel safe and secure in a school atmosphere
- Express feelings in an appropriate manner
- Be sensitive to the feelings of others
- Develop skills of listening, comprehension, visual discrimination, reasoning and self expression
- Learn about their environment
- Increase fine and gross motor skills through developmentally appropriate activities
- Achieve the readiness skills required for entrance into Kindergarten
The school is under the direction of our director who is certified in Early Childhood Education, and it is governed by our Advisory Board. We are under the guidance of our church’s Outreach and Evangelism Committee.
3050 West Main Street
Eagleville, PA 19403
Please print and complete this form.
Please print and complete this form.
Click this link for our current preschool handbook.
Parents of new students: you are encouraged to make an appointment with the director to tour our facilities. Your child needs to see the school that he/she may be attending. This also gives the director an opportunity to meet your child.
Three Year Olds
The 3 year old co-op classes are limited to 14 children each. The co-op aspect of the program means that each parent helps in the classroom about once every 6 weeks. These 2 and 3 day programs combine a period of free play with more structured activities: story time, circle time, outdoor play, gym, games, art, music and field trips.
M-W-F: 9 to 11:30 or 9-2
T-TH: 9-11:30 or 9-2
Four Year Olds
There are two 4 year old co-op classes that are limited to 16 children each. The co-op aspect of the program means that each parent helps in the classroom about 5 times a year. The program offers structured activities to aid in kindergarten readiness. Art, music, free play, outdoor play and field trips are provided to complement these activities. Our program enhances the child’s physical, mental and emotional growth. Class choices include morning or afternoon options.
M-W-F: 9:00 to 11:30 or 9:00 to 2:00
T-W-TH: 9:00 to 11:30 or 9:00 to 2:00
This 4-day morning class is specifically designed for those children who have completed a 4 year old preschool but need another year to “grow” in maturity and/or skills before entering kindergarten. We use the alphabet and authentic children’s literature as our guide. We challenge the children by enriching their knowledge and exposing them to many different areas of learning. Class size is limited to 15 children and meets 9:00 to 11:30 or 9:00 to 2:00 on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Kindergarten Enrichment Program
Please click here for information on our Kinder Kritters kindergarten enrichment program.
Wednesday or Thursday 11:30 – 2:00 PM for PreK and Transitional K students. To register for this program, complete and return this form.
Purpose of the Class
- Enhance academic skills taught in the classroom
- Expand on the classroom curriculum
- Explore areas of math and science with hands-on learning
- Use interactive manipulative and engaging activities to make learning come to life
We offer an extended day program from 11:30 – 2:00, everyday. This program includes lunch time, free play and supervised activities.
At the end of the school year (May-June) we offer 2-week morning sessions for 3-5 year olds. We offer outdoor time, free play, structured time and supervised activities.
Our School started in 1960 when the current Methacton school district did not have a kindergarten program. Over the years we have adjusted our programs to meet the community needs with quality programs and to maintain an affordable tuition. We celebrated our 50th anniversary a few years ago and are extremely proud to see the children of our previous students now in the classes their parents were in.
Notice of Non-Discrimination
The Lower Providence Presbyterian Preschool admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the preschool. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, and other preschool-administered programs.