2, 3 & 4 year old classes are offered. The 4's class meets on Mon/Wed or Tues/Thur. from 9:00 am till 1:30 pm. Four's classes bring a lunch from home. Lunchtime is shared in the classroom as a class. The 3's class can choose from Mon/Wed meeting from 9:00 am-12:00 noon OR Tues/Thurs meeting from 9:00 am-1:30 pm with a lunch from home and a quiet time with a nap mat from home.
We are now offering a 2’s class meeting on Mon/Wed from 9:00-12:00 OR Tues/Thurs from 9:00 am-1:30 pm with a lunch and nap mat brought from home.
The PLC class year begins in August and ends in May. In general, the PLC follows the Bowling Green City school calendar.
Each student pays a non-refundable registration fee of $100.00. This is a one-time fee that includes the cost of supplies.
Fees for the school year:
$145 per month tuition for the 4's class.
$120 per month for the 3's class meeting on Mon/Wed, &
$145 for the 3’s class meeting Tues/Thurs.
$130 for the 2’s class meeting on Mon/Wed, &
$155 for the 2’s class meeting on Tues/Thurs.
Tuition is paid on the 1st of the month, August through May.
As a ministry of The Presbyterian Church, the PLC seeks to provide a safe, nurturing, Christ-centered educational environment where children and their families feel a sense of support, unity, and acceptance. Our classes are intentionally small (6:2 for 2 year olds, 8:2 in the 3's class and 10:2 in the 4's class) to enable the teachers to focus more on the individual needs and strengths of each child. The PLC was created to give preschool children the best possible start as they begin their school years. Our program was developed over 14 years ago to fill a need for high quality Christian preschool education in our community. At the PLC, children flourish as they experience the joy of learning in a warm and caring place.
At the PLC, our teachers are one of our most important assets. Their most important attribute is an understanding and appreciation for young children and how they learn. We hire the most qualified teachers available. Our teachers have Bachelors Degrees or beyond, as well as experience teaching in public and/or private schools. They continue to attend conferences and classes to enhance their skills.
“My son had the privilege of attending PLC for both the 3s class and the 4s preschool class. I cannot say enough wonderful things about this facility. From the moment my husband and I walked in, we were welcomed and shown around the entire place and it immediately felt like a second home. After 2 years, we were saddened to leave and start our new adventure in Kindergarten, but I couldn’t have asked for a better place to get my son ready. He learned so much, and grew from his great experiences there. The faculty is so nurturing and loving and the amazingly low ratio of 8:2 students/teachers in the 3s to 10:2 students/teachers in the 4s allows them to work with each student individually.
When we went for his Kindergarten screening, he took 3 sections of tests and scored 72/81! They said he did excellent, especially in the “concepts” section where he scored 27 out of 27 where many other kids were scoring 18! I felt so proud, but also so grateful that he had such a great place and teacher the past 2 years! Thank you for everything you have done, I love PLC!!!”