Nursery School And
Preschool Program

Educating Children Across the Generations

30 Years of Excellence

Accepting registrations for fall of 2016

First United Methodist Church Blairsville

Children must be 3, 4, or 5 years old by 12-31-16

must be registered by June 15th to receive a scholarship

Fall Registration 2016 Classes

March 1st thru May 1st

Forms can be picked up at the Church weekly from 9AM to 2 PM Tuesday to Friday at the Office or downstairs at the Preschool Scholarships are available for qualifying families

Office 724-459-6155 Preschool 724-459-8290

Registration is on a first come basis.  Active United Methodist Church members have preference.

Children must be 3 or 4 years old on or before September 1st.  All children must be efficiently toilet trained.  This is an educational based program.
4-5 year old pre-kdg
Tuition $140/monthly

3 year old
Tuesday/Thursday Mornings
Tuition $100/monthly
Please call the church office 9 AM - 2 PM at 724-459-6155

Scholarships available through the Bravo Foundation and United Methodist Union - information at registration 
Church Office phone - 724-459-8290



“Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will
not depart from it.”
Proverbs 22: 6

Children should be encouraged early in life to develop traits of independence by learning to do things for themselves. Nursery School broadens a child’s source of satisfaction through many and varied opportunities for play. Here a child learns to respect the rights of others, to share and take turns, to think, to choose and to make decisions: in so doing, the child is forming positive attitudes for school days ahead.

Children who attend nursery school are often the leaders in kindergarten. There is no need for a child to be bored, for even as he uses the same kind of material and equipment, he learns from varied experiences and is challenged by his newly acquired skills.

Remember, each child Is an individual person. They will learn and progress at their own growth schedule. Some children will learn faster than others. This has nothing to do with their intelligence but with their individuality. Maturity works in this same mode also. Our greatest gift to our children is to accept them as individuals and provide them with the stimulation they need to develop to their greatest potential.


The First United Methodist Church is willing to provide, through its facilities, an environment in which preschool children can experience the growth and learning that occurs with other children and adults in supervised early child-hood education.

The school does not undertake religious instruction. However, in its approach to the children the school will affirm in practice the worth of the person, and will teach by interest, concern and love.

Small children love to learn - about themselves, their world and other people. The Nursery School enables them to learn with other children and in a trusting relationship with adults. Their natural curiosity and creativity is enhanced. Nursery school is no substitute for a loving home, but it can enrich the child’s experience with his parents and provide opportunities with other children and adults which are not possible at home.