Accepting Applications
for the 2020-2021 School Year
beginning November 7, 2019

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To apply for the 2020-2021 school year,  Click HERE for a new student application.

If you have questions about the Admissions process or to request a tour, please contact Kathy Schoen, Director of Admissions, at or 404-240-8204.  

For the 2020-2021 school year, applications will be accepted beginning  November 7, 2019. New Applicants will complete an application, include a $35 fee and either hand deliver it to The Preschool or mail it with a postmark of November 7, 2019. Do not send applications in a current student’s book bag.

Applicants will be placed on a waiting list based on the postmark date and the following priority:

  1. PRUMC Members
  2. Siblings of currently enrolled students
  3. Former students
  4. Siblings of former students

Consideration will be given to a boy/girl ratio when possible.

Additional applications for the waiting list are accepted throughout the year. This applies to all new students, even if a sibling is presently in The Preschool.

Notification to families by email on January 15, 2020.

At application, parents may choose preferences for the number of days, and later, at registration, choose preferences for the days of the week.

Class options for the 2020-2021 school year are as follows:

Early Childhood Division

Toddler (12 months by September 1, 2020)

Two Day

Three Day

Five Day

 Twos (24 months by September 1, 2020)

Two Day:

  • Monday/Wednesday
  • Tuesday/Thursday

Three Day:

  • Monday/Wednesday/Friday
  • Tuesday/Thursday/Friday

Five Day:

  • Monday – Friday

The Preschool Division

The Preschool Division offers programs three, four, and five days per week with the option for afternoon academic and social skills classes.

Threes (36 months by September 1, 2020)

Three Day:

  • Monday/Wednesday/Friday

Four Day:

  • Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday

Five Day:

  • Monday-Friday

 Pre-Kindergarten (Age 4 by September 1, 2020)

  • PreK – Traditional – 5 Half Days (12:25pm dismissal)
  • PreK – STEM Innovation
    • 12:25 Dismissal on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
    • 2:15 Dismissal on Tuesdays and Thursdays
  • PreK Dual Language Immersion (DLI) – Spanish
    • 12:25 Dismissal on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
    • 2:15 Dismissal on Tuesdays and Thursdays

5/6 Transitional Program (Age 5 by September 1, 2020)

  • 12:25 Dismissal on Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fridays
  • 2:15 Dismissal on Tuesdays and Thursdays

Full Year Extended Day Options


Mondays and/or Wednesdays until 2:15

The Social Skills 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 the self-regulation and a social-emotional foundation they are ready to learn. The Social Skills 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.

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



Mondays and/or Wednesdays until 2:15

Early Literacy Club is specifically designed for Threes and Kinder Readiness Club for the Pre-K and 5/6 students and is an after school, skill-based class designed for children the year before kindergarten and also for preschoolers to further promote readiness. The program’s help 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.

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