LOC Preschool
LOC Preschool2

6289 S. Greenfield Rd.
Gilbert, AZ 85298
(480) 899-1400

Educational Viewpoint

     Our program at LOC Christian Preschool offers "academic content", such as reading, writing, and math in developmentally appropriate and meaningful ways. Research has shown that children need to "experience" their world through meaningful visual, auditory, and tactile means for early brain development. Without these experiences, it is very difficult for the brain to connect, progress and retain the information for later abstractions, i.e. the concept of numbers and letters. The academics offered at LOC Preschool require children to experience hands-on learning.


     Curriculum consists of learning-units that are appropriate to the developmental level of the various age groups. These units provide a well-rounded and progressive learning experience. Learning centers, which correspond with these units, are available to each child as an important part of the daily schedule. Each child will be encouraged to begin and complete a project.

Spiritual development is encouraged through daily Christian education activities -prayer, songs, stories, projects, etc. In addition, all classes will receive a visit from
Pastor Moe Redding once a week for our  Chapel Time.

Ultimately, we feel very strongly that the parent is the child's first and best teacher. Our job at LOC Christian Preschool is to help instill a love of learning in their first 'school' setting.


It is the philosophy and firm belief of Light of Christ Christian Preschool that each child is unique with individual gifts and abilities. It is our overall goal to encourage the growth of the "whole child" through physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual development.

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Daily schedules of both teacher-directed and child-directed activities serve to enrich, motivate, challenge and reinforce in an environment where each child is respected as an individual.

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LOCP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, handicap, gender or national/ethnic origin in the administration of educational or admissions policies or school-administered programs.