Westside Christian Preschool provides a loving, child-friendly environment with certified Christian teachers. Our Play-Based Curriculum teaches children to thrive academically, socially, spiritually, and emotionally.
If you’re interested in reading more about our preschool, here is the Preschool Handbook.
Prospective families are invited to schedule a tour of the school and meet the preschool teachers.
Regulations and Licensing
- Children enrolling in 4K must be four years old on or before September 1.
- Children enrolling in Pre-K3 must be three years old on or before September 1.
- Westside Christian Preschool is licensed by the State of Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services.
More information can be found in Your Guide to Regulated Child Care (DCF-P-2436).
It is a requirement of our licensing that the following forms are completed for each child who attends our preschool. These forms will be collected during the home visit or no later than the first day of school.
- Child Care Enrollment
- Health History and Emergency Care Plan
- Child Care Immunization Record
- Child Health Report – Child Care Centers
Westside Christian School exists to prepare students for academic success and lives of Christian service through a curriculum and total school program founded on the Word of God.
Jesus said in Matthew 28:19-20 (NIV), “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
Our school responds to his command by educating children and their families in the following areas:
- Academic success (offering a high-quality, Christ-centered curriculum, where students will use their God-given talents to the best of their ability)
- Life of Christian service (instilling in them a love for God and his Word, while cultivating a desire to live a life of service to him)
- Nurture (helping them grow in their faith and knowledge using the Word of God)
- To provide growth in Christian knowledge
- To share the gospel message with unchurched children in the community
- To prepare children for entrance into kindergarten
- Religious training (Bible history lessons, prayers, and songs about Jesus)
- Language arts (communication skills, conversation, show-and-tell time)
- Reading readiness (alphabet awareness, writing of name)
- Math readiness (shapes, sizes, counting, patterns)
- Science (experiments, “hands-on” experiences)
- Social studies (families, careers, etc.)
- Arts and crafts (many seasonal activities)
- Music (listening to music, singing, using rhythm instruments)
- Physical education (activities relating to gross motor skills, cooperative play, socialization skills)
- Field trips
- Health and safety