Have you heard about the excellent preschool at the Jewish Center of Princeton? Perhaps you know a neighbor whose children are enrolled, or perhaps you’ve joined a friend at one of the school’s many annual events. But have you had a chance to find out about their preschool programming? If you’re the parent of a young child, this school ought to be on your radar.
Academic excellence, Jewish values, and a child-directed/teacher lead approach to learning are the cornerstones of this beloved local preschool. Your child’s early years build the foundation for a lifetime love of learning, and finding a school that allows your preschooler to find their own individual path of social, emotional, intellectual, creative and physical growth is key. At the preschool at the Jewish Center of Princeton, teachers encourage and support each child as they embark on this academic exploration in their own unique way. The curriculum allows for each child to approach learning experiences built on their own curiosity, allowing them to find their own solutions, and express their own ideas and feelings.
Aside from the child-directed/teacher lead approach to education, if you ask parents what they love about the school, you’re certain to hear the word ‘community.’ Parents have strong relationships with the school’s teachers & staff, and a vibrant connection with other families. The school works closely with the Rabbi, Hazzan and synagogue to foster a love of Jewish learning that manifests both in the classroom and at home.
The Jewish Center Preschool offers programming for toddlers through pre-K, with classes available 1, 2, 3 and 5 days a week, depending on age. Curious about the school, the curriculum, or the community? The best way to learn more is to visit! Stop by the school for an Open House on Friday, February 6, which begins with school Shabbat at 9:30am.