Farmington Presbyterian Preschool

We’re a non-profit licensed preschool with an excellent reputation, located in and sponsored by First Presbyterian Church of Farmington.

Our Programs:

Preschool
with optional Fridays
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with optional Extended Day Enrichment  read more…

Our Philosophy

Farmington Presbyterian Preschool programs provide rich and varied learning experiences that contribute to a child’s social, emotional, physical, creative, and intellectual growth. All children in the community are welcome.  Find out more about the philosophies that drive our highly successful programs….

Our Facilitiess

We are located in the First Presbyterian Church of Farmington. Read more about the advantages we enjoy in our facilities.

Our Staff

Farmington Presbyterian Preschool teachers are professional, dedicated, enthusiastic and caring. Read more about our staff requirements and meet our staff…

Tuition and Enrollment

We maintain our founding mission: offering an affordable and high quality preschool experience for all children. Because we are non-profit and enjoy the sponsorship of First Presbyterian Church of Farmington, our tuition is significantly lower than comparable public and private area programs.

Open enrollment begins January and is on a first-come first-served basis. To enroll your child submit a completed Enrollment Application (click on link to download or call 248-474-9752 to have one mailed to you) and a non-refundable enrollment deposit.

Our Non-discrimination Policy:

We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational, admissions or other policies or school related programs.

Open House

We hold a Spring Open House each March or you may visit the school by appointment.

Farmington Presbyterian Preschool History.

Farmington Presbyterian Preschool History

Some early students of Farmington Presbyterian Preschool

In 1967, a group of young mothers at First Presbyterian thought it a shame that the church’s nice classrooms were used only on Sunday. They eventually decided to open a nursery school to serve all the children of the community, particularly those who might not otherwise be able to attend preschool. With the approval and financial support of the First Presbyterian Church, the women obtained state licensing and the Nursery School opened its doors in 1968.

 True to its mission as a community outreach program, the Nursery School offered (and continues to offer) scholarships to disadvantaged children.
 Over the last 40 years, the Nursery School (now preschool) has taught nearly 2,000 children from all walks of life, from many faiths, and from different nations. To this day, our preschool continues its mission to serve this community and its children and remains a very popular choice for parents of preschoolers.