We hope you and your family are enjoying a safe and healthy summer! We continue to monitor updates, protocols and guidelines recommended by the Memphis City and Shelby County Mayors, as well as the Health Department. For the latest updates regarding Hope Preschool follow us on our social media platforms Instagram and Facebook.
Our preschool's curriculum emphasizes hands-on, play-oriented learning. Our teachers encourage children to learn by doing. In the infant/toddler classes, babies learn to separate from their parents and have their first social interactions. The one-year olds become better at sharing and are exposed to art and literature. Beginning with our two-year-old class, monthly units expose children to a variety of materials related to a theme. Specific goals and curriculum are established for each age group.
At this time, we are closed due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, however, we are committed to meeting the childcare needs of our community. If you would like to register for the 2020-2021 school year, please email our Preschool director, Janie Brooks.
Our Memphis area preschool takes place in a clean, safe facility where your child can learn from a wealth of materials while also having fun and acting like a kid. Our varied curriculum provides many different kinds of experiences for your child in order to promote physical, social, emotional, cognitive and spiritual development. We offer plenty of time for your child to try new things and learn at his or her own pace. We also keep child/teacher ratios low so teachers can offer individualized attention.
Class hours: 9:30 am - 2:30 pm Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. September through May
Hope’s transitional class is a program specifically designed to meet the needs of students who have completed a four-year old program, yet are not quite ready for kindergarten. These children may have a late birthday that exceeds school cutoff or may need another year for social, emotional, intellectual or physical growth. The day is organized like a regular kindergarten class, but expands creative exploration to help the children develop confidence socially and academically. Due to the unique nature of this classroom, the teacher is able to develop more individualized plans based on each child’s ability. A personalized curriculum allows each child to move forward at their own pace fostering the confidence needed to succeed in kindergarten.
We are committed to maintaining teacher/child ratios of not more than:
Registration takes place annually for each school year. We start enrollment in February for fall classes. At the time of registration, we ask that you pay a registration fee of $75.00 per child or $100.00 per family. This fee is non-refundable.
There is a one-time activity fee of $65.00 per child. This fee will be included with the first month’s tuition, due on May 1, 2020.
Hope Preschool can only accept checks or cash at this time for any payment.
Hope Preschool follows the guidelines of National Association for the Education of Young Children and the licensing requirements of the Tennessee Department of Human Services.
All Staff, Weekday Preschool