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St. Paul Catholic School

Type of School

Preschool through grade 8

Age of Children

3 – 5 years

Address

170 Grosse Pointe Boulevard
Grosse Pointe Farms, MI  48236
Telephone: 313-885-3430
Website: www.stpaulonthelake.org

Contact Information

Mary Nesom, Director : mnesom@stpaulonthelake.org

Hours

Three Year Old Program:
Option 1:
T/Th Half Day 8:15 – 11:05
Option 2:
T/Th Full Day 8:15 – 3:05

Four Year Old Program:
Option 1:
M/W/F  OR  M/T/W/Th/F  Half Day 8:15 – 11:05
Option 2:
M/W/F  Morning  OR  M/T/W/Th/F  Full Day 8:15 – 3:05

Young 5′s:
M/T/W/Th/F
am session (8:05 – 11:05)   OR   pm session 12:05 – 3:05

Program Description

At St. Paul Preschool, we believe that children learn from everything they do.  We will provide choices for your children to ensure that they have every opportunity to experiment and discover the wonders of God’s world.  Social, physical and academic development are learned through art, music, stories, indoor and outdoor play, dramatic play and manipulatives.  With the help of our warm, caring staff your child will feel comfortable and confident in the school setting preparing them for successful learning in kindergarten.

Fees

Available upon request.

Waiting List Policy

Contact school office.  No waiting list.

Adult / Child Ratio

3′s:  1:10
4′s:  1:12

Field Trips, Special Programs

No field trips.  Any enrichment programs for the school are attended depending on age appropriateness.

Certifications

St. Paul Catholic School was the only school in Michigan awarded Blue Ribbon status in 2007 from the Department of Education.  All staff and parent volunteers have completed background checks.

Licensing

Licensed by State of Michigan Department of Social Services and Archdiocese of Detroit Preschool Association.

Additional Information

Parents follow:  Nesomnews.blogspot.com
An evaluation of each child is sent home twice a year.

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