Preschool - Ages 3 and 4

Our Christian Preschool Program

Here at Concordia we believe that the growth and development of the individual child can be fostered best in a Christian environment. We understand that parents look for specialized and individual attention for their child's first experience away from home. Our preschool is licensed by the State of North Carolina, and our policies follow guidelines that are set by the state.


  • Classes for three & four-year olds
  • Beautiful, new dedicated preschool playground
  • Full week classes & flexible childcare rates available
  • Hours: 6:30 am – 6:00 pm
  • Active hands-on learning
  • Licensed facility and teachers
  • Spanish, Music, Library class each week
  • Monthly Stretch-n-Grow and Fire Safety programs
  • Safe, secured campus
  • Planned class field trips


Intellectual & Social Development

We use specialized curriculums to promote academic learning such as High Reach, Frog Street Press and many more. Our teaching expertise, along with these curriculums, incorporates pre-reading readiness, math concepts, science, music, art, safety, daily living and manners. This plan promotes a balanced approach to learning with hands on learning and centers.


Emotional & Spiritual Growth

As our children interact with other children and are taught Godly principles through example and word, they are learning to be kind, considerate, helpful, and cooperative. We have Jesus time each day as well as Chapel one day a week.

What Parents Are Saying

“A few of the reasons we choose Concordia are we are pleased the Bible is taught, our children can talk openly about Jesus, hear prayers for themselves, their teachers, parents and others after hearing scripture verses, daily. Our children are greeted with a smile and have fives by our energetic, fun loving principal which gives each child a special self-worth and all while receiving an excellent education.”

My Concordia Story

My daughter, Danielle, started Concordia in the third grade before the building was built that exists today. She had been in public school before, and the difference was overwhelming. 
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