Camp Hill Presbyterian Church is

Devoted to Christ - Committed to Service

Devoted followers of Jesus Christ committed to service in His name; through worship, study, prayer, and praise; through mission to the world near and far; and through ministries of care and comfort to all.

CONTACT

101 N. 23rd Street

Camp Hill, PA 17011

717-737-0488

 

aebeling@thechpc.com

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Camp Hill Presbyterian Church is a congregation of the PCUSA.     © 2019 by CHPC 

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Camp Hill Presbyterian Church Preschool

Preschool Office: (717) 761-6003
Director:  Dana Tarnoci

REGISTRATION FOR THE 2019 - 2020 SCHOOL YEAR IS OPEN

THERE ARE STILL A FEW SPACES AVAILABLE

The Mission of the Camp Hill Presbyterian Church Preschool:

  • The Camp Hill Presbyterian Church Preschool serves the needs of the community by offering children experiences that are adapted to their developmental needs.  Every experience is meaningful to the young child with their great capacity for wonder, their inexhaustible energy, their perpetual curiosity, and their readiness to  learn.

  • The Preschool is a supplement to, not a substitute for, the home.  It  provides an environment planned and equipped especially for the young child, under personnel trained to promote the child’s best development.

  • The purpose of the Preschool is to provide opportunities to enlarge their sphere of relationships, their knowledge of the world, and their ability to express themselves – all in a secure environment under the guidance of committed Christian leaders.



The Goals of the Camp Hill Presbyterian Church Preschool:

  • To foster individuality and independence by nurturing feelings of self-esteem, security, and uniqueness in a loving and caring atmosphere.

  • To encourage sensitivity to others (children and adults) by the development of social skills through play and classroom experiences.

  • To cultivate an awareness of the child’s environment and his or her surroundings.

  • To facilitate “readiness” learning through fun and creative experiences.

  • To enhance fine and gross motor skill development.

  • To nurture the development of the “whole” child.



For more information or to register, contact the director, or click to go to the PRESCHOOL WEBSITE.