Our Values

We recognize the potential in children as unique creations of God.

We value the partnership with parents and families.

We ensure quality provision through our school, facility, and staff.

We believe in play, as learning is fun and creative.

We have a passion for treating children with love, kindness, and respect.

Giving children potential

Between the ages of three and five, children undergo dramatic developmental changes – physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. At GCP, our teachers strive to place emphasis on each of these developmental areas while engaging a variety of learning styles. We recognize that no two children are exactly the same and value the unique personalities God has given each child. It is our goal that each child attending GCP heads home at the end of the day feeling special, important, and loved.

Giving children partnership

We believe that families play an integral role in a child’s learning. We value parent input and encourage feedback. It is our hope that throughout the school year, students, parents, and the preschool staff work together to enhance each child’s education.

Giving children provision

GCP is committed to providing families with the highest level of quality possible. We employ teachers who are dedicated to our children and have experience in the classroom setting. Our facilities are consistently checked to ensure that they are safe and up to date.

Giving children play

At GCP, we believe that learning should be fun. We want to see boys and girls excited to come to class because of the new adventures awaiting them. In order to engage a variety of learning styles, we realize that creativity is a crucial element in preparing our curriculum. Teachers are encouraged to engage children in hands on learning.

Giving children a passion

Our staff is passionate about treating children with love, kindness, and respect. We hope children see the behavior modeled by their teachers and reciprocate that love, kindness, and respect not only to other members of their classroom but to the world around them. It is our hope that children learn to be more like Jesus through their experience in our program.