The Preschool is a happy, safe,
and loving Christian environment for children from age 18 months through five
years. We are meeting the need in our area for
full-day, full year preschool where
education, including Christian education is the
central part of our mission. Rather than a day
care, we are a school with convenient hours, helping children reach
their full potential for school readiness.
Our school was recently named a Center
of Distinction by the State of Georgia's Department of Early Care
and Learning. This honor places us among the top preschools in Georgia.
We are the only program in Camden County considered for the program.
Our 2008 Nativity Play is shown here. More
pictures of the event are online here:
The vision is for The Preschool to be a happy, safe, and loving
environment providing the highest quality care possible to
preschool-aged children. Rather than simply operating a day care, we
envision a facility where education, including Christian education, is
an essential component of The Preschool where the children we teach will
reach their full potential in readiness for school.
Our Hours and Fees
The Preschool is open Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
$50 annually non-refundable registration fee.
$135 full-time student in the Bees class (starting at
$85 2-day in the Bees room
$106 3-day in the Bees room
2 year olds
$125 full-time in the Ducks class (starting at 24
$81 2-day in the Ducks room
$100 3-day in the Ducks room
3 year olds
$125 full-time in the Turtles class (starting at 36
4 year olds
$120 full-time in the Frogs class (starting at 48
A late fee of $1 per minute is charged after 6:30 p.m.
Limited financial aid is available on the basis of need.
The full-day, full-year preschool has a maximum
enrollment of 65 children ages 18 months- through 5-years old.
Our staff bring exciting ideas and years of experience in preschool
education to our school. But don't take our word for it. The State of
Georgia has named our school as one of the top programs in the state and a
model for other preschools. In an report for the State of Georgia, the
licensing inspector said of her visit to The Preschool,
"The teachers were enthusiastically
involved with the children.
This facility provides a pleasant, warm and
We emphasize that we are a preschool rather than
day care as we
use The Links to Literacy curriculum (enhanced with Christian education) to make
sure the children are prepared for Kindergarten.
Our brochure is available online as
an Adobe PDF file.
We do not discriminate
King of Peace Episcopal Day School employs staff and admits students of any
race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges,
programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the
students at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational
policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other
About the facility
The building for the new preschool (as well as the church) is at 6230 Laurel Island Parkway, just west of Camden County High
School. Take an online tour.
King of Peace Episcopal Church created the Day School as an independent
non-profit corporation to meet the growing need in Camden County for
education alternatives. In our long-range planning, we foresee expanding
into primary school grades and beyond. We are working on a feasibility study for expanding into a private school.
In 2002, we received a grant from the Episcopal Church Women's United
The $24,000 allowed us to better outfit The Preschool as the building was
Above is our April of 2008 video thank you for the grant, which gives a good
into King of Peace Episcopal Day School.
King of Peace Episcopal Day School
P.O. Box 2526
6230 Laurel Island Parkway