St. Timothy’s is a small, diverse, community-based preschool that provides a safe and welcoming space for children to be children.
We are a play-based emergent curriculum program that encourages personal autonomy and outside-the-box exploration. Our mixed-age classroom supports peer learning and organic mentoring, helping build children’s social skills, empathy and confidence. Children are invited to choose what they will explore in either the indoor or outdoor classroom.
We do not offer partial schedules.
All children are enrolled for the full-time program, Mon. – Fri.
The 2021-22 school year begins Wednesday Sept. 1, 2021:
Full-time schedule: M-F, 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Monthly tuition: $1405
Extended day program: M-F, 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Monthly tuition: $2030
Enrollment/application fee: $60 new enrollments/ $55 returning students.
Registration fee: $220 new enrollments/ $210 returning students.
“We’ve had a wonderful experience at St. Timothy’s over the last three years. It’s really felt like a home for our family. The teachers have supported my daughter through some difficult phases and she has grown so much socially through her time here. They really deliver on the promise of being play-based and child-led and the kids thrive in that environment” – Megan C., Alumni Parent 2019
“My son started St. Tim’s in the fall of 2019. He ABSOLUTELY loves it! Prior to moving to this area we have gone to other preschools and daycares, and so far nothing compares! He wants to be at school on his days off and that truly says something”– Lina J., Alumni Parent 2019
“My son absolutely loves this school…A machine can memorize math facts so why send your child to a school that drills silly “fundamentals” that they aren’t truly learning. Any person can train a child. It takes very creative and patient teachers to CULTIVATE a child’s curiosity and mind. And funny enough, my son is actually producing higher quality “academic” work than I found at ANY of the “play based” academic programs at other schools. He can write his name because he intrinsically wanted to, not because he was drilled into it” – Shelby S., Alumni Parent 2019