Preschool At Temple Emanuel (Closed 2024)

At The Pre-School at Temple Emanuel it is our goal to provide a safe, nurturing, non-pressured environment where inquiry, exploration and discovery are encouraged.
We broaden each child's horizons by providing a wide range of experience with materials and equipment in language arts, reading and math readiness, nature and science, large and small muscle skills, cooking, music and art.
Our experiential curriculum encourages natural curiosity and instills in our children the foundation for a lifetime love of Judaism and learning.
Our dedicated, experienced staff looks forward to providing your child with a nurturing atmosphere in which to learn and develop.
Our primary goal is to meet the diverse needs of each child by paying close attention to his/her developmental level, interests and strengths.
Children are given numerous opportunities to gain mastery in many areas at their own pace.
Our environment will be rich, varied, dynamic and fluid, in order to support the ever changing and developing needs of each child.
Our teachers let children know that their opinions and ideas are highly valued in classrooms where each child learns about his/her own uniqueness and self-worth.
Children are guided to problem solve, to appreciate one another, to play cooperatively and gain appropriate levels of independence and success.

School Overview

Religious Affiliation
Grades Offered
Grades Nursery/Preschool

Student Body

Total Students
92 students
Student Body Type
Co-ed
Students by Grade
Preschool At Temple Emanuel Student By Grade

Tuition and Acceptance Rate

Admission Deadline
None / Rolling

School Notes

  • At The Pre-School at Temple Emanuel it is our goal to provide a safe, nurturing, non-pressured environment where inquiry, exploration and discovery are encouraged. We broaden each child's horizons by providing a wide range of experience with materials and equipment in language arts, reading and math readiness, nature and science, large and small muscle skills, cooking, music and art. Our experiential curriculum encourages natural curiosity and instills in our children the foundation for a lifetime love of Judaism and learning. Our dedicated, experienced staff looks forward to providing your child with a nurturing atmosphere in which to learn and develop. Our primary goal is to meet the diverse needs of each child by paying close attention to his/her developmental level, interests and strengths. Children are given numerous opportunities to gain mastery in many areas at their own pace. Our environment will be rich, varied, dynamic and fluid, in order to support the ever changing and developing needs of each child. Our teachers let children know that their opinions and ideas are highly valued in classrooms where each child learns about his/her own uniqueness and self-worth. Children are guided to problem solve, to appreciate one another, to play cooperatively and gain appropriate levels of independence and success.
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the application deadline for Preschool At Temple Emanuel?
The application deadline for Preschool At Temple Emanuel is rolling (applications are reviewed as they are received year-round).

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