Coed Preschool

Message from the Director of Early Childhood Education

Looking for a safe, loving, authentic preschool experience for your child? Explore RPCS.

Our Preschool Child Care Center proudly embraces the Reggio Emilia philosophy of early childhood learning–-where joyful play and high-quality projects spark creativity, collaboration, and knowledge.

Open 7:30 am – 6:00 pm Monday through Friday, our program is a co-educational Maryland State Certified Preschool, within a fully-accredited AIMS school; available part-time or full-time for ages 3 and 4, with 7:30 am arrival and 12:30 pm, 3:00 pm or 6:00 pm dismissal times.

Imagine a day at RPCS, where your child...

  • Explores his/her curiosity in the atelier (AKA wildly-creative studio)
  • Attends an 8th grade play performed entirely in Spanish
  • Treks through the backwoods taking pictures, gathering natural materials and recording observations
  • Joins Lower School classmates at concert dress rehearsals
  • Eats lunch in the outdoor classroom; then naps indoors to refresh
  • Connects with 12th-grade AP students who study Piaget and observe his theories in action during the preschool day
  • Enjoys one of many “special” classes, such as art, dance, gym, library, music and foreign language

Where else
can you share in a renowned preschool experience that brings your little one such JOY each day?

Only at RPCS!

Visit our Preschool Childcare Center and see for yourself how Roland Park Country School gives young children the space, guidance, materials and opportunity to build their own foundation for life-long learning.

Fondly,

Tynaya Quickley
Director of Early Childhood Education
 

Curriculum

List of 8 items.

  • Language Arts

    Students develop oral language, listening skills, vocabulary, letter recognition, rhymes, phonics, reading readiness, social skills, sight vocabulary, writing skills and a positive attitude about reading.
  • Math

    Students learn counting, grouping, comparisions, patterns, measurement, geometric shapes, small motor skills, problem-solving and social skills.
  • Library

    Students improve oral language, listening skills, reading readiness skills and learn new concepts and develop a love of books.
  • Music

    Students improve auditory discrimination and auditory memory, verbal expression and motor skills. They learn about beat, rhythm, tempo and melody.
  • Art

    Students are exposed to a broad variety of media, which helps build fine motor and cognitive skills. They explore painting, cutting, stamping, clay building, stitching, beading and collage.
  • Physical Education

    Students develop small and large muscles, eye-hand coordination, increase their attention span, improve social skills, build concepts about size, shape, color, pattern and have fun!
  • Science

    Students experiment, solve problems, make decisions and develop concepts about science and nature. They improve language, interact socially and develop sensory skills and math concepts.
  • Foreign Language

    Students will be introduced to other cultures and languages including an emphasis on basic vocabulary.