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Trinity Presbyterian Preschool

Our Mission

The mission of Trinity Presbyterian Preschool is to provide a faith-based education in a safe, family-like environment. By encouraging curiosity, exploration, and learning we seek to nurture each child’s head, hands, and heart. We work cooperatively with parents to understand the uniqueness of each child, and provide a structured environment adapted to the needs of the individual.

Our Vision

The Vision of Trinity Presbyterian Preschool is to provide an education based in faith that will foster the development of the whole child. We strive to be an intentional and compassionate place where children grow emotionally, intellectually, socially, and spiritually, where families feel welcomed and supported, and where we work together to make God’s love visible.

Our Purpose

  • Learn Creatively

    as we believe meaningful learning is cultivated through play and creativity.

  • Welcome Intentionally

    as we provide a familial based environment encouraging authentic relationships with children and families.

  • Care Compassionately

    as we strive to support and nurture the emotional growth of each child.

  • Gather Joyfully

    as we foster and facilitate social relationships among children based in joy and love.

  • Grow Purposefully

    as we attend specifically to developmental needs of children nurturing growth in appropriate and meaningful ways.

Our Classes


Fall Is In The Air

              Our preschoolers are enjoying Storytime with Ms. Katie today in the Chapel Courtyard. TPP is taking advantage of the beautiful fall weather by spending time outside taking nature walks, exploring and using our imagination in our Children’s Exploration Garden, and singing, dancing, and playing in our Courtyard with …

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Children’s Exploration Garden

Our preschoolers are enjoying the Children’s Exploration Garden this fall and winter. They love the cooler temperatures and the opportunity to learn and see first hand the changing of the seasons. Ask your preschooler about the differences they see in the Garden from the summertime and now. You might find a few budding scientists noticing …

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