• Serving Christ and God's Children in the Heart of Warrenton, Virginia


Classes /  Times  /  Tuition

Warrenton Presbyterian School offers classes for children 2 through 5 years of age.  We meet all of our students at their present emotional, social and academic levels and strive to move them forward in a nurturing, stimulating environment.  Because we believe that preschoolers learn through play, socialization and exploration, our lessons provide daily opportunities that include playing, speaking and listening as well as a lot of hands-on fun.

 2-Day 2-3 years Tues and Thurs 9-12 $260
3-Day 3-4 years Mon, Tues, Thurs 9-1 $360
4 – Day Pre-K 4-5 years Mon-Thurs 9-1 $450


Class for 2 Year Olds

This class provides an informal learning environment with an emphasis on socialization and language development.  The children in this class are encouraged to separate comfortably from parents, take turns, follow directions and move from parallel play toward more cooperative play with peers.  Children in the 2-day class for 2 year olds do not have to be toilet trained, but assistance and reminders are provided to children who have started this process.

Class for 3 Year Olds

This class is designed for children 3 – 4 years of age.  This class provides an introduction to early reading and math skills that help build the foundation for later learning.  The children in the 3-day class are also introduced to the world of science by observing nature, conducting simple experiments, etc.  Social skills and language development are strengthened during the year through lessons that encourage working together, conflict resolution and sharing thoughts and ideas with adults and peers.  Children are required to be toilet trained when entering the 3-day class for 3 year olds.

Pre-K Classes 

The pre-kindergarten classes are designed to ready children for entering kindergarten the following year.  Lessons abound that focus on early phonemic awareness (rhyming, letter recognition, letter/sound correspondence, etc.) and math basics (rote counting and counting with one-to-one correspondence, number and shape recognition, identifying attributes, sorting, etc.).  Pre-kindergarten children are encouraged to become more observant of the world around them, to become more independent and to understand the importance of being good classroom citizens.  Children in these classes are taught basic letter formation using the Handwriting Without Tears program.  Each child is screened using the Pre-K PALS (Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening) which gives teachers and parents information about student progress with important literacy fundamentals.

For more information about our preschool, or to make an appointment to visit, please contact Stacy Stevens, Director, at 540-222-8509 or stacy.stevens@wpcva.org.