We all want our children to learn and grow in a safe and loving environment. When it’s time for your child to start attending preschool, there are SO MANY wonderful schools in our area to choose from. To make it easier for you to see your options, we have created our comprehensive list of Scottsdale Preschools. Read about some of our sponsored schools and take a look at the tabs below for all of the schools in our area.
Need some more preschool advice? Take a look at the articles below written by some of our local Scottsdale Moms!
Scottsdale Moms Sponsored Preschools
Christ Church School
Christ Church School’s mission is to develop the whole child…mind, heart, and spirit. Preschool programs include play-based activities for twos and threes, and expanded academic programs for pre-k and junior kindergarten students. Small class sizes ensure your child will receive the attention and focus they need to learn and grow. Christ Church School also offers a variety of curriculum that includes chapel, music, library, and P.E. Learn more about flexible scheduling and what the preschool can offer your family by contacting CCS at one of the links below.
YMCA Preschool Program
The Y’s value-based approach to early learning will help your young child develop essential social, physical, and intellectual building blocks. Our state-licensed preschool programs provide a developmentally appropriate curriculum designed to support the cognitive, social, emotional, and physical growth of your children. Children are encouraged to use their creativity, develop new skills, work and play with peers, and build positive relationships with adult role models.
All preschool programs are licensed by the state of Arizona and accept DES and the Arizona Enrichment Center Scholarship.
New Covenant Lutheran School
New Covenant Lutheran School is a Christian Preschool and Kindergarten located in Scottsdale, AZ. We lead with love and are committed to providing our beautiful students and families with a safe and nurturing environment. Our teachers and classrooms aim to provide balance between a strong curriculum, loving guidance and sufficient independent play each day. Consistency in providing an impressionable and memorable first educational experience, filled with God’s love and word is what you can expect from your time at New Covenant Lutheran School.
International School of Arizona
The International School of Arizona educates and develops students to become multilingual, global citizens who have the drive, capacity and skills to positively impact the world.
French and Spanish Immersion programs start at 18 months to Grade 8. ISA now also offers an English program with second language acquisition in Middle School, no prior language immersion needed.
Contact ISA today to book a tour!
Moving Together Therapy, PLLC
Moving Together Therapy, PLLC provides pediatric in-home physical therapy to children from birth through adolescence, serving Scottsdale and Paradise Valley. The mission of Moving Together Therapy is to provide one-on-one physical therapy care to children in their natural environment. Additionally, we advocate for each child’s needs and educate families to empower their children to reach their highest potential.
Desert Foothills Lutheran Preschool
Desert Springs Christian Preschool
Little Sunshine Playhouse & Preschool
Montessori Children’s House of Scottsdale
New Covenant Lutheran Preschool
Paradise Valley Cooperative School
Scottsdale Childcare & Learning Center
Scottsdale Children’s Institute (SCI)
Scottsdale United Methodist Cooperative Preschool
S.E.E.K. Early Learning Center
Shepherd of the Desert Preschool
Valley of the Sun JCC Preschool
Rancho Solano Preparatory School
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