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Immanuel Baptist Preschool

3100 Tates Creek Rd
Lexington, KY 40502-2999

(859) 685-3202


Philosophy & Approach

School Philosophy

General Approach to Learning: Play-Based

Day in the Life

General School Mission

Immanuelâ??s Early Childhood Education Center is committed to meeting the mental, physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs of all its children. Each child is a unique gift to us, and we desire to lay a strong foundation for every childâ??s future in these areas. We believe that parents are the most important educators of their children, and as such, our desire is to enter into a partnership with parents to reinforce the values of our families in the classroom and enhance the learning experiences of the child.

We believe that children learn by playing and that a childâ??s work is his play. The â??WEE Learnâ?? curriculum, designed to progress as your childâ??s skills develop, and experienced teachers help lay the foundation for future positive learning experiences. Small class sizes enable teachers to easily address the needs of each child. Individual and group activities that are developmentally appropriate are offered throughout the day in age graded classrooms. Children can work independently and feel the satisfaction of completing tasks on their own, participate in art projects that foster creativity and imagination, and explore and discover new things about the world during various thematic units. Each experience builds on the previous experiences and aids in the mental, spiritual, physical, emotional, and social growth of the child. Throughout the program children are assured of Godâ??s loving care for each person and are encouraged to find ways to express their thanks and love to God as they listen to Bible stories and learn Bible truths.

Immanuel ECE is diverse, meeting the needs of children from a variety of countries including Peru, China, Chile, Japan, Korea and other places. While all instruction is in English, we are often able to secure translation to work more effectively with the parents of children who may not be fluent in English.