Admissions

Returning Student Enrollment

Current Students may complete Enrollment Schedule Requests for the 2021-2022 school year beginning November 5, 2020 and continue through December 2, 2020. Priority for class placements is given to students in the order of form submission.

2021-2022 Class Options

Early Childhood Division

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Preschool Division

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2021-2022 After School Enrichment

Art Adventure Club (Twos - Five/Six) Offered 2021-2022

Art Adventure Club is an after-school program designed for all children in our Twos through Five-Six programs. Classes are divided by age; Twos and Threes students learn together, while PreK and Five-Six students form another group to account for more advanced ability. Creative adventures expose children to a wide variety of mediums and materials that encourage freedom and creativity. Students experience the joy and pride of artistic creation while also engaging in a playful and powerful form of self-expression.

Mondays and/or Wednesdays until 2:15

Children will eat lunch and will play on the playground in addition to the scheduled activities.

Social Stars Club (Twos — Five/Six)

The Social Stars Club is an after-school program designed for all learners to harness their energy and potential by teaching them to listen, pay attention, manage behavior and get along with others in a group setting. When students enter kindergarten with self-regulation and a social-emotional foundation they are ready to learn. The Social Stars Club will be facilitated with evidence-based Second Step Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) so that children are set up for success.

The program promotes success in the early learning setting, school readiness, and social and life success by directly teaching children the skills that strengthen their ability to learn, have empathy, manage emotions, make friends and solve problems.  The program helps to prevent problem behaviors, peer rejection, impulsivity, anxiety, antisocial behavior, and aggression by developing children’s self-regulation skills and social-emotional competencies.

Mondays and/or Wednesdays until 2:15
 
Children will eat lunch and will play on the playground in addition to the scheduled activities.
 

Early Literacy Club (Threes)

Early Literacy Club is specifically designed for Threes and is a skill-based class for preschoolers to further promote readiness. The program helps to mold and will stretch children’s thinking, promote creativity and develop early literacy understanding. Through a combination of Orton-Gillingham, Zoo Phonics, Handwriting without Tears, and researched-based teaching strategies, students will engage in activities to identify letters and sounds, experiment with early writing, foster an appreciation for storytelling, explore different genres and gain an understanding of beginning comprehension.  Children will be encouraged to play with letters; use sand, an easel, and other materials to strengthen fine motor development; listen and respond to music; create homemade books; use props to tell and listen to a story, and draw and write to tell a story.

Mondays and/or Wednesdays until 2:15

Children will eat lunch and will play on the playground in addition to the scheduled activities.

Kinder Readiness Club (PreK & Five/Six)

Kinder Readiness Club is an after-school, skill-based class designed for children approaching kindergarten (Pre-K and Five-Six students). With a focus on phonics, math, and handwriting, the curriculum follows a multisensory Language Arts program and incorporates multimodal learning experiences to promote vocabulary development, articulation, and early writing skills. Research-based teaching strategies guide students through activities that stretch their thinking, encourage creativity, and maximize their understanding of the reading and writing process in both playful and concrete ways. 

Mondays and/or Wednesdays until 2:15

Children will eat lunch and will play on the playground in addition to the scheduled activities.
Music & Technology Club is an after-school program designed to introduce students to technology through music-based learning. The club will prepare students for future exposure to technology and computer science curriculums and will give students a strong head start in general music and performance curriculums. The club will also help foster a more conscious and purposeful interaction with technology in students’ day-to-day lives. 

Throughout the school year, students will learn computational thinking and apply it in a variety of different environments. Students who have no prior experience with computers or music will quickly use technology to record, program, and otherwise produce their own songs to share and enjoy.  Students will develop a critical awareness of the relationship between technology, learning, and problem-solving.


Mondays and/or Wednesdays until 2:15

Children will eat lunch and will play on the playground in addition to the scheduled activities.
Located on PRUMC’s beautiful Buckhead campus, The Preschool is an independent, faith based school, for children 12 months through 6 years-old. We are committed to nurturing the whole child in preparation for the most distinguished public and private primary schools in Atlanta.