St. Paul Pre-school Two's, Three's, Four's and Begindergarden
St. Paul Christian School is a non-profit private Christian Preschool associated with St. Paul Lutheran Church. We have provided a quality education for 50 years using Christian-based curriculum.
We have a wonderful staff that is dedicated to nurturing our students while still pushing them to realize their full potential. We keep our class sizes small and have two adults in every classroom in order to establish relationships with all of our extremely gifted students and provide an optimal learning environment.
Our facility is housed on the ten acre site of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Flemington, NJ. In 2001 the Church completed a massive building project, which included a new wing of classrooms with child-sized restrooms, multiple sinks and other amenities. All of our classrooms are currently housed in this wing. Our campus also includes two playgrounds, a large inside recreation area and access to the church for programs and special events. We strive to utilize our many years of experience in order to provide the best possible education to our gifted and talented students.
Our goal has always been to provide our students with a quality academic education, combined with an emphasis on core Christian values. We are committed to engaging our students and providing them with positive learning experiences.
The staff at St. Paul Christian School wants to fill a need in our community to provide God's love and teachings to our students.
If you are interested in viewing our facilities, please contact the school office (908-782-3979 or firstname.lastname@example.org). Our Assistant Director Robin Coffman would be pleased to schedule a visit or to simply answer your questions about our school.
Notice of Non-discriminatory Policy as to students
St. Paul Preschool admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.