What makes Trinity Preschool so special?
Trinity Preschool of Berwyn is a friendly, nurturing and fun place to learn. For more than 40 years, Trinity Preschool has been dedicated to educating preschoolers. There are numerous things that “set us apart” from other preschools:
NAEYC Accreditation & Private Academic Nursery School License
Trinity Preschool is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). NAEYC’s voluntary accreditation system sets professional standards for early childhood education programs, and helps families identify high-quality programs for their young children. Trinity Preschool’s accreditation requires continual compliance with rigorous and explicit national standards for early childhood education. Learn more about this program on our NAEYC Accreditation page.
In addition, Trinity Preschool has a Private Academic Nursery School License from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the 3s, 4s and Pre-K programs, and a license from the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services.
Trinity Preschool emphasizes a play-based learning program. Classrooms are intentionally designed and equipped for experiences that foster growth in all areas of development. Trinity Preschool is equipped with a state-of-the-art outdoor playground and a large, indoor play area where children can run, ride trikes and climb…even in the winter.
- Gym & music classes
- Nature Discovery Center
- Morning or afternoon classes*
- A Two Year Old program for children who need not be potty trained (we DO change diapers)
- Pre-K+ for children transitioning to Kindergarten
- Handwriting Without Tears Curriculum
- Parent/Toddler Classes
Community Outreach Programs
Trinity Preschool students and families have participated in several community programs, including: assisting the Frederick Douglass School in Chester, PA, the Caring Cupboard program, Shoes 2 Share shoe drive, T/E Cares, and Ryan’s Case for Smiles. Trinity Preschool also has an ongoing partnership with the Easttown Library.
Parent Involvement & Communication
Trinity Preschool prides itself on a welcoming, caring community of parents. Trinity has an active homeroom parent and volunteer group, Parent Coffees, Parent Socials, and a parent-run Board of Directors.
Trinity Preschool keeps our families well-informed with newsletters from the Director and staff, consistent e-mail communications, a special “Parents” page on the web site, a take-home folder and bookbag for daily correspondence, homeroom parents to help facilitate class-specific communication, hallway bulletin boards with updates, news and community events, and formal parent/teacher conferences twice yearly.
*PM class offerings determined by enrollment