Alaska/Anchorage: Central Lutheran Preschool Central Lutheran Preschool admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.
Alaska/Anchorage: New Horizons Preschool New Horizons, a developmentally based preschool certified by the State of Alaska, has a relaxed and informal atmosphere where children and parents may feel secure in their individuality. We invite you to visit us often. You will find a cheerful and stimulating environment where children may explore, discover and grow toward their full physical, social, emotional, and intellectual potential.
Alaska/Barstow: Noah's Preschool Program This could be your answer in seeking a year long integrated thematic curriculum based upon the Biblical account of the Flood as taught in Genesis. The program is written in thirtyfour separate week-long sections which follow a progression from pre-flood spirituality and geography to post-flood regeneration and diversity.
Alaska/Fairbanks: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship "Our Village Preschool", The school won't be preaching environmental dogma so much as simply setting a good example for the little ones, Krause said. The children will grow flower and vegetable gardens in the huge fenced yard, collect wild herbs and rose hips to make tea, feed wild birds in the winter, observe wildlife and start nature collections.
Alaska/Kodiak: North Star Preschool North Star is a Preschool through Grade 6 school with a population of approximately 300 students. The location is on a prominent hill overlooking Mill Bay with a sweeping drive which winds to the main school entrance. The new building is located in a naturally wooded setting off Mallard Road, near Rezanof Drive. The student population reflects the school's rural neighborhood. The K-6 program is based on a multiage classroom configuration -- two grades are combined in each classroom
Alaska/Kotzebue: Nikaitchuat Ilisagviat Our Mission is to provide a high quality preschool education while strengthening the Inupiaq language and culture, promoting understanding of cultural differences, and enhancing each student's cultural identity and their acceptance of others.