Good Shepherd Preschool
Where learning is fun

Good Shepherd Preschool is committed to building children’s confidence through exploration and discovery in a nurturing environment.

All classes meet 9 a.m. to noon, with separate classes for 3-year-old, 4-year-old, and 5-year-old children. Click here for the class schedule.
  

The Preschool acknowledges the important effect that the early years have on a child’s total development, and it endeavors to motivate children to anticipate future school experiences with enthusiasm and confidence. Throughout their day with us, children participate in activities related to reading readiness, math concepts, science, social studies, music, arts and crafts, movement, and creative play.

We invite you to call or visit our Preschool any time to obtain further information from
Jo
Anne Stevens, Director, at 703-323-6120.

Preschool 2  Preschool 5

Enrichment Activities

•   Daily Music or Creative Movement
•   Firefighter Visit and Fire Safety
     Puppet Show
•   Songfest Performances for Parents
•   Farm Field Trip

•   International Night

•   Native American Program
•   Thanksgiving Feast
•   “Tiny Tots” Concert Field Trip
•   Volunteer Giving Projects
•   Puppet Show
•   Dentist Visit
•   Animal Exhibits

•   Musical Performers
•   Family Festival and Fun Fair
•   Udvar-Hazy Air & Space Field Trip
•   Nature Center Field Trip
•   Dads’ Night/Moms’ Night

 

 

 

Preschool 4

Special Services

•   Parent Coffee & Conversation Hours
•   Kindergarten Readiness Speaker
•   Child Find Services (as needed)
•   Lunch Bunch (optional)

 

Preschool 3

If you are interested or would like more information, please fill out the form below or call us at 703-323-6120.

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Good Shepherd Preschool
Parent Survey Responses
 

“The curriculum is geared toward helping children learn about the world around them.  It is both creative and stimulating.”

 

"I have been wonderfully impressed with the program(s), staff and facilities at Good Shepherd."

 

"What I love about Good Shepherd is that it is not a daycare facility masquerading as a preschool."

"One thing I really love about Good Shepherd Preschool is that its curriculum is geared toward preschool- age children. During my tour I was glad to see that there were no changing tables or rocking chairs -- it was clearly a preschool, not a day care facility."

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