At Heart Cry Preschool, we believe that each child is a unique individual that has been created in love by our Heavenly Father for a specific purpose. Our preschool program provides inclusive settings that recognize children’s varied abilities, interests, needs, and learning styles.
We believe children learn best through meaningful play. Our play-based, child-centered program reflects the integration of physical, cognitive, social, emotional, language, self-help and aesthetic areas for the total development of the child. Meaningful play encourages curiosity, discovery, and problem-solving which allows for individual growth and development of a positive self-image.
We recognize that parents are the child’s first teachers. Children learn best when parents are involved in their educational program. The primary bridge between home and school is the involvement of family and community. We, therefore, seek to partner with parents in order to deliver the best quality of education.
2023 – 2024 School Year Registration Coming Soon!
Registration Fee: $100 Per Child
Tues/Thurs Half Day
Tuition: $200 Per Month
Tues/Thurs Full Day
Tuition: $330 Per Month
Mon/Wed/Fri Half Day
Tuition: $275 Per Month
Mon/Wed/Fri Full Day
Tuition: $440 Per Month
We take both checks and an automatic payment system found on here.
- Be sure to use the drop down and select Heart Cry Preschool.
- Please make the check out to Heart Cry Church with your child’s name and HCP listed in the memo.
No discounts are given for holidays, sickness or vacation days. Whether your child attends or not, our operating costs remain the same.
Our curriculum is theme related and based on a whole language approach to learning. Every month there is a new theme which will be used to increase fine motor, sensory, math, social, adaptive and language development skills.
Every week we will explore a new letter, number, color, and shape.
We will be using Zoo Phonics for our letters and sounds.
The Bible is integrated into every aspect of the curriculum. Your child will not only learn about animals but that God created them. They will not only learn how to be patient but that we have a loving and patient God. These values permeate all your child learns both through lessons and by example.
moving to Arizona, she worked in the public school system in the state of Illinois
where she holds an Associates degree. She worked in early childhood
development as well as with special needs children. She was a member of
AmeriCorps and also served as a volunteer reading coach for first graders. The last
10 years she taught Pre-K and an accelerated Pre-K program at a private
preschool in Arizona. In 2020, she was featured as an outstanding teacher in the
Ocotillo Living Magazine.