Our Approach

At Spring Hill Preschool we provide developmentally appropriate learning experiences for children via purposeful, intentional, and inviting curriculum. Our low 7:1 student to teacher ratio ensures that each child receives plenty of individualized attention.

Our play-based philosophy allows the children’s curiosities to guide our curriculum by observing their interests and implementing a number of activities including math, science, art, and literacy based on those interests. We provide opportunities for children to learn in both small and large group settings while encouraging the development of community. Our classroom also honors diversity by inviting students to share their family traditions and backgrounds with their peers. We aim to inspire our youngest learners with success and confidence as they begin their educational journey. 



We have a wonderful Spanish teacher on campus who visits our classroom twice a week. She introduces language through play, music, and literacy with the children.


The children also get to visit our amazing music teacher twice a week. She incorporates the foundations of sound and rhythm while providing the children an opportunity to advance their gross motor development through play.

Life Lab

We have an awesome garden with lots of land to explore where we get to plant our own food.  We grow our own salads, greens and herbs, then wash it, and eat it right there in the garden together!


The children get to visit the library once a week and select a book to check out and bring home.  Our lovely librarian pre-selects books that she thinks they will enjoy and offers other choices tailored to specific interests.


Tumbling Tutor

This is an optional after-school activity offered once a week for an additional fee.  Barry from Tumbling Tutor comes to our school with all his equipment and teaches gymnastics to the children through play. 


Daily Schedule for Spring Hill Preschool













Children arrive and free play

Indoor/ Outdoor Play- Children choose from an array of activities that indulge their interests and curiosities and which foster growth in all developmental domains.


                                                                                            Morning Circle/Enrichments- Children participate in ‘group time’ and are exposed to various enrichments, such as Spanish, Dance, Music, and Life Lab. These circle times promote community, encourage confidence, and builds self-regulation skills


A soothing relaxing transition circle for our nappers.

Rest Time

Snack- provided by family

Outdoor Play

Good-bye circle for friends leaving at 3:00

Outdoor play, crafts, Snack provided

We follow a September-June school year calendar.