Our Program

We at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, recognize our Preschool as an integral and vital ministry to our congregation and community. As God, in Christ Jesus, shares His love, forgiveness, and salvation with us, so Mt. Olive Preschool shares these blessings with others.

We strive to:

  • Help children establish and grow in their Christian faith and make that faith part of their everyday lives.
  • Encourage their positive feelings toward learning by introducing them to a Christ-centered, child focused curriculum.
  • Enhance their readiness for school.

Click here for a copy of our Parent Handbook. 

Click here for our calendar of the 2017-18 school year.




We offer programs for 3 year-olds, 4/5 year-olds.

3 year-olds

Our 3 year-old class is offered on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9:00-11:30. Tuition for the 3 year-old class is $100 per month.


The maximum class size for our 3 year-old class is 15 students.


Afternoon classes for 3 year-olds may be offered depending on enrollment.

4/5 year-olds

Our 4/5 year-old classes are offered on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The morning 4/5 year-old class is 9:00-12:00. The afternoon 4/5 year-old class is 1:00-4:00. Tuition for the 4/5 year old classes is $145 per month.


The maximum class size for our 4/5 year-old classes is 15 students.

We want to help your child grow in these areas:

Spiritually

  • See themselves as God's children
  • Know Jesus loves them
  • Look to Him as a role model

Emotionally

  • Gain a positive self-concept
  • Channel emotions into appropriate and acceptable outlets
  • Adjust to group situations

Physically

  • Develop large motor skills through play, games and dance
  • Develop fine motor skills through coloring, printing, cutting, etc.

Intellectually

  • Continue to develop language use
  • Improve focus and concentration
  • Practice pre-reading skills such as recognizing numbers, letters, colors, shapes, and reciting the alphabet

Creatively

  • Be free to create artistically using a variety of media

Socially

  • Learn to share and take turns
  • Make a comfortable separation from Mom and/or Dad
  • Practice being "kind" to one another and to follow Jesus command to "Love each other as I have loved you." (John 15:12)