About Silo Center Preschool
The Silo Center Preschool is the realization of a dream New Hope Church had to create a community hub offering resources, training and support to help people reach their God-given potential. The church began in the spring of 1992 with a core group of 19 adults, and has developed into a thriving, growing church in the South County area. The opening of this awesome preschool in 2008 for children 2 ½ - 5, was just the first step in establishing the community hub. In a secure, fresh environment with plentiful resources, our qualified teachers use developmentally appropriate planning to engage your child in the thrill of discovery.
Silo Center Preschool admits students of any race or religion.
Our mission is to provide an environment in which children learn in a loving, playful atmosphere that nurtures social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and language development. We believe children learn best through play while exploring creative outlets that promote problem solving, flexibility and self expression. Our qualified teachers teach to the whole child while supporting individual needs. They want to partner with you to love your child and nourish them spiritually in a Christian atmosphere where everyone is respected and accepted. We understand that childhood is not a race but a journey. We take seriously our commitment to excellence in loving and teaching your child, establishing a goal for a successful, life-long learning experience.
To guide us in fulfilling our mission,
We believe every child should feel safe within a secure environment.
We believe young children learn best through play.
We believe in loving and nurturing the whole child.
Our Preschool is part of the church building including five classrooms with child size facilities, a music and movement room, enclosed indoor playground and shaded outdoor playground, climbing wall, and teacher resource room. Our Silo Center programs, which include Silo Center Preschool, The Back Pack (before and after school care for school age children K-6) and Camp Whatakid (summer camp for school age children rising K-7) has an enrollment capacity of 125 children.