Open Enrollment starts February 3, 2014
The registration process begins with the completion of a 2014 / 2015 registration application, a non-refundable registration fee of $200, and proof of immunization. A $200 tuition deposit is also due at time of registration. This deposit is applied to the child's last month's tuition.
Children may attend class only after the entire registration packet is complete, including all information on the Blue Card and receipt of the first month's tuition.
Tuition is calculated on an annual basis and divided into nine equal payments to compensate for school holidays.
School hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. with half-day classes from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. and extended care before school from 7:00 a.m. and after school until 5:30 p.m.
For more information please call 480-391-1264 or stop by the preschool office. We are located at 15152 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd in Scottsdale.
Our Commitment to You
New Covenant Lutheran Church Children's Ministry Center invites young children and their families to a special place for discovering and developing as children. We understand the importance of these early years and our staff is focused on the miracle of each child. The Kindergarten and Preschool programs provide:
- Caring Christian Environment
- A Developmental Approach for Early Childhood
- Caring and Nurturing Teachers and Staff
- Age-Appropriate Instruction
- An Atmosphere that Nurtures the Child's Self-Esteem
- Positive Social Development
- Low Student/Teacher Ratio
- Spacious, Fully Equipped Facilities
- Parenting Classes and Support
Our Curriculum and Offerings
We provide a developmental approach using Core Knowledge, which guides the planning of activities for the development of skills and knowledge in the following areas: Motor Development, Social and Emotional Development, Work Habits, Language, Music, Visual Arts, Scientific Reasoning, Mathematical Reasoning and Number Sense. We offer developmentally appropriate social, physical and mental activities while recognizing that the primary way young children learn is through play. The day is divided into large-group, small-group and free-play time. Part of every day will be "Bible Time" when age-appropriate Christian concepts will be introduced.