The preschool program
At The Pembroke School, we have three Preschool classrooms:
- Early Preschool: Children ages two to three
- Preschool: Children ages three and four who are two years away from attending Kindergarten
- Pre-Kindergarten: Children ages four and five who will be attending Kindergarten the following year
A proven, traditional approach
Always putting your children first, The Pembroke School builds on a traditional approach to care and nurturing in a way all parents want their children to develop. We place emphasis on a child's happiness while providing a comfortable atmosphere and environment in which the child can grow, learn, and excel to the outer bounds of his or her potential. An extremely positive atmosphere allows children to be loved and grow socially, emotionally, and academically. Small class sizes allow for individualized learning for each child.
An overwhelming percentage of our Pre-Kindergarten graduates perform at a level near the top of their Kindergarten class. Our program has excelled over other preschools and is recognized by the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services to achieve the Step Up To Quality Award.
We participate in the highly accredited Devereux Early Childhood Initiative (DECA) program to enhance children's resiliency and to promote high levels of initiative, self-control, focus, and positive social behaviors.
highly trained teachers
All of our teachers are highly skilled and attend training classes on a regular basis. All teachers in the The Pembroke School's Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten classrooms have or are pursuing degrees in Early Childhood Education.
a Strong, research-based curriculum
Our Early Preschool, Preschool, and Pre-Kindergarten classes have seamless curriculums and adjust for varying developmental levels.
Curriculum is developed based on curriculum currently used in Kindergarten classrooms and covers all Ohio Board of Education Early Learning Content Standards, including Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies,Physical Development and Social Development.
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