Preschool Registration Update

St. John’s Preschool will begin Priority Registration for the 2020-21 families and St. John’s Church families, on Wednesday, January 20th, Thursday, January 21st, and Saturday, January 23rd from 11:00-2:00pm.   We will set up outdoors at the side door to the Education building under the portico.  Please be aware that we will follow Covid-19 guidelines:  use of mask, hand sanitizer, and 6 feet apart.  There will be registration forms available for you to complete or you may download the form from this page, print, and complete prior to arriving at the preschool.  One month tuition will be required at the time of registration in order to secure a spot.

CLICK HERE for class offerings and the application form.

Open Registration for the community of Wake Forest will begin during the week of January 25th.  Please contact the preschool to schedule an appointment for Tours of the preschool.

Our Philosophy

St. John’s Preschool is a ministry of St. John’s Episcopal Church for families in the Wake Forest area. It is a place where children are loved and nurtured in a safe, secure environment. Children learn to cooperate, respect others, respect differences, grow spiritually, and develop confidence in their abilities. We strive to provide opportunities for children to explore, to be creative, and to be good stewards of all that God has given us. We welcome children of all races and faiths and recognize and respect differences in religious preferences.


We believe that effective early childhood education is determined by an understanding of children’s ages and developmental needs, their culture, their abilities and their natural curiosity about themselves and their environment. By being responsive to the changing needs of the children and their interests, our staff offers a child-centered program which includes teacher-directed and child-initiated activities. We use many “hands-on” learning experiences which stimulate all areas of development: cognitive, language, fine motor, gross motor, social-emotional, and spiritual growth.

The curriculum at St. John’s is play-based and integrates music, art, drama, and storytelling. For the younger children we incorporate learning experiences during routine care as well as provide a stimulating environment with age-appropriate toys and activities. For older preschoolers we organize activities around appropriate themes, units, or projects. Our goal ultimately is to prepare them for Kindergarten.


St. John’s Church Office