Circle of Friends Preschool

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Every Child Deserves A Great Start!

For more than 53 years, Circle of Friends Preschool has been helping children (ages 1 to 5) and their families enjoy a great start to life-long learning.

We are currently enrolling for in-person classes for the 2022-2023 school year.

What Makes Our Program Highly Effective?

  • Play and hands-on learning that is fun, creative and safe
  • Focus on academic, social and emotional development
  • Passionate co-teachers who partner with your family
  • Daily music time led by dedicated music staff
  • Our teacher-to-student ratios are lower than state standards
  • Flexible schedules to meet your needs

Circle of Friends Preschool is open to everyone! We are conveniently located inside Manchester United Methodist Church (Hwy 141 and Manchester Road).

Take a Virtual Tour

In order to limit the number of people accessing the preschool facility during the pandemic, we are offering a virtual tour.

Register Your Child Today

After you’ve considered which program works best for you and have reviewed our enrollment information, we invite you to let us answer any questions you may have. For more information, call 636.394.6867 or email [email protected] today!

Our Safety Plans Due to Covid-19

The physical, emotional and social health of children, families and staff is a priority of Circle of Friends Preschool. With this in mind, we will be following enhanced safety practices as recommended by the CDC as well as local officials and church leaders. Due to the evolving nature of this pandemic, we ask for your flexibility, support and grace as our protocols and calendar are subject to change. Whether you’re a current family or just considering Circle of Friends for your child, learn more about our preschool safety plans.

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