Grasshopper Green School in Annandale, Virginia Grasshopper Green School is a unique pre-school run by teachers and staff who love children and thrive on watching them grow. Dedicated to individual growth and development, Grasshopper Green is more than the typical day care center caring for children ages 2-5 years
Sleepy Hollow Preschool Sleepy Hollow Preschool is a co-operative, non-proft, non-sectarian organization of parents and staff, interested in obtaining the very best in preschool education for young children.
Virginia/Charlottesville: Chancellor Street Preschool Our philosophy of education is based on teaching the whole child. We give equal weight to cognitive, social, physical and emotional development. These areas are intimately related. While development is never evenly paced in the four areas, to emphasize one over the other would be to cheat our children from achieving full potential.
Virginia/Roanoke: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and Preschool The mission of Good Shepherd Lutheran Preschool is to minister to preschool-aged children and their families in the congregation and community, by providing a Christian environment where children hear and learn God's Word, and discover and develop their God-given gifts, with guidance from a Christian teaching staff.
Virginia/Vienna: F.B. Meekins COOPERATIVE PRESCHOOL When a child is enrolled in a cooperative school, the parents and the child become vital parts of the school. While every school exists for the benefit of the child, a cooperative preschool depends for its existence on the conscientious, willing, and enthusiastic participation of the parents. The result is an educational environment rewarding to both the child and the parents.
Virginia: Westminster Weekday Preschool Established in 1975, Westminster Weekday Preschool is a developmental program, encouraging each child to grow socially, emotionally, physically, and cognitively at his/her own pace.
Virginia/Woodstock: Shenandoah County Preschool The Shenandoah County Public Schools offer preschool programs for children between the ages of 2 and 5 who have identified special needs. There is no cost to parents for screening, evaluation or provision of services.