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Zion Lutheran Preschool


Zion Lutheran Preschool exists to serve families with a quality program for preschool age children to learn and grow while developing social skills and confidence through play with others and educational activities. Our goal is to partner with parents to provide experiences that nurture the spiritual, physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development of their young children in a setting enriched with Christian teachings and values.

See what our preschool students are up to by visiting our preschool blog here.



Our curriculum follows the HighScope educational approach, which emphasizes “active participatory learning” through direct, hands-on experiences with people, objects, events, and ideas. Children take the first step in the learning process by making choices and following through on their plans and decisions with teachers offering guidance and support.

For more information on the HighScope curriculum, please visit .

Zion Lutheran Preschool offers half day programs (either morning or afternoon) with three or four consecutive day options. Our morning sessions run from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Our afternoon sessions run from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

For more information or to schedule a visit, please contact our church/school office at 734-242-1378, or email our office at  or preschool director Deanna Schneck at .

Enrollment for the 2024-25 School Year is now open. Please click on the TADs link below to apply.
Families are invited to make an appointment to tour our preschool and find out more about our program. 
For more information, please contact the Zion office at 734-242-1378.


Preschool Tuition Rates for the

upcoming 2024-2025 School Year:


Registration Fee $40 (nonrefundable)


3 or 4 year olds

Three or four day consecutive M, Tu, W, (Th - optional)

A.M. or P.M.

$244.50 per month ($2200 per year)

(3 or 4 day programs are the same price.)

Why do we offer three or four consecutive days?
Getting into the routine of preschool can be difficult for some children. By developing a consistent routine of three or more days per week, children can more quickly adjust to the structure of a preschool classroom and see their preschool as a regular part of their week. Students have the opportunity to spend more time in the classroom, pick up where they left off from the previous day, and build foundational knowledge through repetition, reflection and practice. Having more days in their school week also helps children to establish stronger bonds with their classmates and teachers. These bonds are the foundation of the classroom family. Children who attend more days also tend to gravitate towards each other. This encourages children to form friendships, work and play cooperatively and develop their social and communication skills. 

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