First Presbyterian Day School
Full-day, year-round program
Hours: 7:45 am – 5:30 pm Monday – Friday
Amy Dungan, Director, (843) 681-3695
The major purpose of the First Presbyterian Day School is to provide a positive, healthy, creative and Christian learning environment for preschool children.
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The First Presbyterian Day School is a National Academy of Early Childhood Programs (NAEYC) accredited preschool with a Reggio inspired curriculum, inquiry-project based approach.
The First Presbyterian Day School was established in 1984 as a part of the outreach ministry of the First Presbyterian Church. The primary purpose of the school is to establish a safe, healthy and creative learning environment for children of varied backgrounds. We actively seek families who need tuition assistance. Our warm, caring, nurturing staff creates a loving and trusting Christian atmosphere in which children and parents feel valued and competent.
The Day School is a Reggio-inspired school. It is governed by the ideas that very young children are competent and capable learners, able to explore and discover concepts through the project approach. The program flourishes on relationships among children, teachers, parents and the environment. The curriculum emerges following the lead of the children and their interests.
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