As a ministry of Saint Luke Lutheran Church, The Christian Day School is dedicated to supporting young families and children in our community by providing a wholesome, play-based early childhood education in preparation for Kindergarten. All are welcome
- Child Ages:
- 2 years - 4 years
- Licenses & Accreditations:
- Maryland State Department of Education Division of Early Childhood Development
- Special Needs:
- Saint Luke Christian Day School does not employ any special educators on staff. With that said, we serve many special needs at our school on a case-by-case basis. In particular, we partner with private and public resources to support the children we serve, as necessary. While we cannot serve every child, we have recently, successfully and joyfully served children with autism, Downs Syndrome, speech and language delays, birth defects, hearing loss, and a host of other needs. We expect parents to be clear about their expectations and needs prior to enrollment and will work closely with parents to determine if our school is the best placement for a child. We cannot guarantee the ability to serve every child and we will be honest if we feel we cannot adequately serve a childs needs. We are happy to work with third-party service providers of the parents choosing and welcome observations, consultations and advice from qualified professionals.
- Children per Teacher:
- Infant: -/-, Toddler: 4/1, Pre k: 10/1, Afterschool: -/-
- Hours of Operation:
- Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 1 pm
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Saint Luke Christian Day School is licensed and approved by the Maryland State Department of Education. Our curriculum is play-based and time-tested. The school recently decided to participate in the voluntary Maryland Early Childhood Curriculum Project by choosing a new state-approved curriculum for implementation beginning in 2011: Opening the World of Learning. The school has also been granted funding from the state department of education to help implement this project.