The Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Learning Center provides a faith-based early-childhood education program that fosters children's spiritual, ethical, social, and intellectual development.
While nurturing children's academic skills in a loving environment, we strive to deepen our children's commitment to Christian values including kindness, responsibility, and respect for others qualities we believe are essential to developing caring, well-rounded individuals.
The Learning Center, established in 1970, exists first and foremost to introduce little children to Jesus in an atmosphere that is warm, loving, fun, and instructional.
We have a sincere love for children and a commitment to help families raise their children to be prepared educationally, emotionally, socially, and spiritually to meet the challenges that are ahead of them.
We believe that our preschool provides an environment that is safe and conducive to good health and where children can work, play, and learn together while being guided toward a happy, wholesome development.
We believe that each child should be encouraged to progress at his own rate of speed toward enriched experiences, self-discipline, and the ability to make good choices.
Our aim is to provide an education that develops the whole child by providing an educational experience of lasting value.
We aim to help develop in children the feeling of being loved and valued.
We keep our program flexible so that individual needs may be met, and each child can progress at their own rate of speed.

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School Overview

Religious Affiliation
Grades Offered
Grades Nursery/Preschool

Student Body

Total Students
201 students
Student Body Type
Co-ed
Students by Grade
Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Church Learning Center Student By Grade

Academics and Faculty

Total Classroom Teachers
1 teacher

Tuition and Acceptance Rate

Admission Deadline
None / Rolling
Admissions Director
Trish Snead

School Notes

  • The Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Learning Center provides a faith-based early-childhood education program that fosters children's spiritual, ethical, social, and intellectual development. While nurturing children's academic skills in a loving environment, we strive to deepen our children's commitment to Christian values including kindness, responsibility, and respect for others qualities we believe are essential to developing caring, well-rounded individuals. The Learning Center, established in 1970, exists first and foremost to introduce little children to Jesus in an atmosphere that is warm, loving, fun, and instructional. We have a sincere love for children and a commitment to help families raise their children to be prepared educationally, emotionally, socially, and spiritually to meet the challenges that are ahead of them. We believe that our preschool provides an environment that is safe and conducive to good health and where children can work, play, and learn together while being guided toward a happy, wholesome development. We believe that each child should be encouraged to progress at his own rate of speed toward enriched experiences, self-discipline, and the ability to make good choices. Our aim is to provide an education that develops the whole child by providing an educational experience of lasting value. We aim to help develop in children the feeling of being loved and valued. We keep our program flexible so that individual needs may be met, and each child can progress at their own rate of speed.

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