Sardis Weekday School offers a half-day preschool program that stimulates the intellect, challenges the body, fills the spirit and above all, loves the child. We are the preschool with heart.
A ministry of Sardis Presbyterian Church since 1954, the heart of our program is a staff that strives each day to introduce our children to the joy of learning, the warmth of sharing and the thrill of accomplishment.
Our mission is to to provide:
Learning opportunities for all children to experience success and enhance self-esteem.
A developmentally-based curriculum, offering experiences to foster social, intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual development.
A climate of love, trust and understanding where each child’s value and growth are encouraged.
Opportunities for children to interact with peers in a loving environment.
We offer classes Monday through Friday, 9am-1pm for children age 12 months - 5 years old.
We have over 65 years experience nurturing and educating children.
WHAT PARENTS SAY...
"Sardis Weekday School is the best! The teachers and administration are so warm and kind, and I drop my kids off knowing they are not only learning and having fun, but also receiving so much love! The school is very considerate of the parents and their wishes, and they work hard to make sure everyone’s needs are being met. It’s truly a wonderful place for our precious little ones."
“Great program with excellent teachers! Happy to have our daughter in this school. Highly recommended."
Ray R. (father, 2s class)
Elaine B. (mommy of toddler and 3s)
“My daughter started in the toddler class this fall, and we have had an amazing experience. The teachers are the best around! They all have very long tenure-I'm talking 12,15,18 years for some. The parents are very invested in this school and program...I wouldn't want to send my daughter anywhere else and I encourage everyone who is looking for a part-time preschool to check it out! I guarantee you'll fall in love as soon as you get a tour and meet the teachers.”
Julia S, (mama, 2s class)