Welcome to Vienna Presbyterian Church Preschool
April 12, 2021 Update
VPC Preschool reopened on January 12, 2021, with a January through May 2021 session. This session is currently full and we do not anticipate any openings this spring.
We are now registering for the September 2021-May 2022 school year
You may find an overview of our enrollment process on the Registration tab. All of our Enrollment Forms are available on this website. Please also note that we have made a few updates to our Programs for 2021-2022.
Unfortunately, we will not be doing in-person tours this session for the safety of our students and staff. Please see our Image Gallery for photos of our facility and take advantage of the About Us page for details about our philosophy, mission and objectives, and curriculum.
Join Our Staff
As we look ahead to the 2021-2022 school year, we are accepting applications from experienced teachers for two positions, Lead Teacher and Instructional Coordinator. For more information or to submit your resume, please email Terri Franke at email@example.com.
We sincerely appreciate your interest in VPC Preschool.
Terri Franke, Interim Director
VPCP was founded in 1987 as a not-for-profit, early childhood program to provide a safe and nurturing environment for children ages 2 ½ through 5. The preschool is a ministry of Vienna Presbyterian Church and operates as a religiously exempt child-care center, having grown into a high-quality, developmental preschool serving thousands of children over the years.
VPCP is characterized by small classes of no more than 13 students in a class with two teachers. Nurturing in small groups enables the staff to provide individual attention, fostering self-esteem and competence in every child.
Each class is led by a team consisting of a teacher with at least a four-year degree in Early Childhood Education (or related field) and an adult teaching assistant. Teachers and assistant teachers are trained in First Aid, CPR, PMAT (EpiPens) and SafeTouch (sexual abuse recognition).
VPCP strives to be a nut-free facility and welcomes children with severe allergies and EpiPens. Click here to Learn more about VPC Preschool, or take a moment to Read some of our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).